Liberia leader, President Joseph Nyuma Boakai

President Boakai expresses concern over the state of Liberians residing in the former refugee camp, Buduburam, in Ghana

MONROVIA – Reports on the demolition of the former Liberian refugee camp at Buduburam, Ghana, have reached His Excellency Joseph Nyuma Boakai, Sr., President of the Republic of Liberia.

The President understands that the Gomoa-Fetteh Traditional Council, who are thought to be the landowners of the area where the Buduburam Camp is located, is in charge of overseeing the current activities.

As a result, the President has urged the Ghanaian Government to step in and guarantee the safety, security, and humane treatment of the Liberians residing in the camp through the Liberian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

President Boakai is worried about the state of the Liberians residing in Ghana’s former refugee camp, Buduburam.
As a result, the President has urged the Ghanaian Government to step in and guarantee the safety, security, and humane treatment of the Liberians residing in the camp through the Liberian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs and line agencies will advise the President on the best course of action in this regard.

While the incident is thoroughly investigated and a peaceful resolution is pursued, the President is urging the Liberians impacted by the demolition to maintain their composure.

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