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Buhari condoles with Ghana over gas explosion

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By Abdullahi M. Gulloma

Abuja

 

President Muhammadu Buhari has condoled with President Nana Akufo-Addo, the Government and people of Ghana on the gas explosions in the Legon suburb of Accra on Saturday, October 7, 2017.
In a telephone call on Sunday, the President prayed for those who lost loved ones and friends in the tragedy and a speedy recovery for the injured.
He told his Ghanaian counterpart that his personal thoughts and prayers, as well as that of all Nigerians, were with our Ghanaian brothers and sisters as they mourn their loved ones.
Th e President further prayed that Ghanaians, known for their extraordinary strength and resilience, “will overcome this disaster and rise above the losses the country had suff ered in recent times from gas-related explosions.
” President Akufo-Addo thanked President Buhari for his “comforting and kind words.

 


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