Ghana To Host ECOWAS Extraordinary Summit Tomorrow To Deliberate On Guinea Coup D'etat (VIDEO)
The Minister for Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey says Ghana will be hosting an ECOWAS Extraordinary Session tomorrow to deliberate issues of Coup D'etat in the Guinea among others.
According to her, the summit seeks to discuss the military taking over power in Guinea which all the various ECOWAS heads of states have condemned act.
The Minister was speaking at the Information Ministry's Meet the Press series to brief the nation on progress of work done on the Guinea Coup D'etat and the ECOWAS Extraordinary Summit.
Madam Ayorkor Botchwey added that, the summit which will be hosting about 13 different heads of states and chaired by President Akufo-Addo to help find solution to the Guinea Coup D'etat and road map for the successful handing over of power to democratic rule.
She added that, the delegation she led to the Guinea to meet with the Coup leaders and the captured former president of Guinea will present their report to the ECOWAS heads of states and what were discussed during the said meeting.
The Minister told Journalists that although the Former President of Guinea is still dealing with emotional trauma, he is physically fit.
She added that aside the bank accounts and passports of the various Ministers being seized, none of them has been either arrested or tortured.
The Minister also mentioned that despite the coup attack on government, the citizenry are plying their day to day trade peacefully in the country.
She assured that measures will be put in place to avoid future occurrence in other countries.
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Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith