Buhari said that the flooding is a reawakening call to
leaders in the West African sub-region of their
responsibilities to the problem of global warming.
President Muhammadu Buhari has sent a condolence
message to the people and government of Nigeria’s
neighbouring country Ghana over the flooding and fire
outbreak which claimed many of lives in the country.
The message was contained in a statement made
available to journalists on Friday 5, in Abuja , by his
Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Mallam
Garba Shehu .
“In this moment of grief and loss, the government and
people of Nigeria stand with the government and
people of Ghana,” the message read.
Buhari noted that the flooding reminds leaders and
governments in the West African sub-region of their
responsibilities to the problem of global warming,
He prayed that the souls of the deceased rest in eternal
bliss and that their families and friends find fortitude to
bear the losses.