The Chinese Ambassador to Ghana, Shi Ting Wang, has assured that the Chinese government will investigate the brutal assault of Africans at Guangzhou Province in China in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and bring to book the perpetrators.
If readers will recall, chaotic scenes broke out in the Guangzhou province of China where some Africans were brutally evicted from their residences a few days ago.
This coerced the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to summon the Chinese Ambassador to Ghana for questioning over the matter.
But speaking to the media after presenting some relief items to the National Chief Imam on Friday, April 17, Mr. Wang said the Chinese government has a duty to ensure fair treatment of Africans, including Ghanaians in China to deepen the long-standing diplomatic relations.
He disclosed that the Chinese Parliament is committed to probing the incidence with all the seriousness it deserves to unravel the real architects behind the confrontation.
Mr. Wang promised that China will assist the government of Ghana to battle the coronavirus pandemic.
The items donated include 2,000 bags of rice, cooking oil and 6,000 disposable medical face masks worth GHS110,000.
On his part, the National Chief Imam, in a speech read on his behalf by his spokesperson Sheikh Arimeyaw, said the gesture will facilitate his humanitarian agenda and promised that his office is determined to deepen diplomatic ties with China.