The Ghanaian Authority has withdrawn its earlier travel advisory issued on Nov. 16, warning its citizens against non-essential travels to Abuja, Nigeria over an alleged security threat, stating that the earlier publication was unauthorized.
The Ghanaian High Commission in Abuja made this known in an updated travel advisory on Thursday, regretting all inconveniences the earlier advisory might have caused the government and the people of Nigeria.
According to the statement: “The Ghana High Commission in Abuja refers to the travel Advisory published in Accra on Wednesday 16 November 2022, advising against non-essential travels to Abuja, and hereby states that the relevant authorities in Ghana did not authorize the said publication.
“The publication has therefore been withdrawn by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration of the Republic of Ghana.
“The High Commission regrets any inconvenience that this may have caused the government and people of the Federal Republic of Nigeria,” the High Commission stated.