In recent times, Nigerians have been facing attacks in Ghana, in what can be tagged xenophobic.
Legit.ng carried out polls on social media platforms to ask people what they think could be a solution to the problem.
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On Facekook, out of over 1,000 people who responded to the poll, 68% believe that the permanent solution is that Nigerians should obey the law in their residing country, while 32% of the respondents think coming back home is the total fix to the issue.
On Twitter, 52% voted for obeying the law as a solution, while 34% see coming back to Nigeria as the only solution.
Unlike Facebook, poll on the micro-messaging platform gave more options where people were asked to show indifference to the whole issue or choose staying back in Ghana (no matter what happens) as a solution.
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Eight percent think Nigerians should remain in the country, while 6% said they do not care.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the chairman of the Nigerian Diaspora Commission (NDC), Abike Dabiri-Erewa, condemned the attacks on Nigerians in Kumasi area of Ghana.
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The chairman of the commission also called for the protection of the rights of Nigerians in Ghana while speaking with the country’s consular-general in Nigeria.
Dabiri-Erewa asked the consular-general, James Nyasembi, to assure her that nothing of such will happen to any Nigerian in Ghana again.
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