A statue of India's organizer Mahatma Gandhi will be expelled from a college grounds in Ghana after its educators dispatched a request calling him a supremacist individual who battled to keep up the standing framework in South Africa, the Guardian reported.
The Indian president Pranab Mukherjee disclosed the statue in June this year to check the well disposed ties between the two nations.
College staff in September started a crusade calling the Indian pioneer supremacist. The appeal says "it is ideal to go to bat for our poise than to kowtow to the desires of a blossoming Eurasian super power", and quotes entries composed by Gandhi which say Indians are "boundlessly unrivaled" to dark Africans.
The crusade which was marked by 1000 individuals says that Gandhi battled to keep up the rank framework in South Africa where he lived as a young fellow.
In 2003 a comparative statue in South African city Johannesburg struck contention.