Ghanaian authorities reopened Nigerian traders shops

Mr Chukwuemeka Nnaji, The President of Nigeria Union of Traders Association Ghana (NUTAG), Has laud Ghanaian authorities for reopening hundreds of Nigerians’ shops closed after three month.



Nnaji said the Ghanaian authorities had reopened all the shops as at yesterday. He said reopening of the locked shops followed the intervention of the Federal Government.

The Federal Government had on November 2, summoned the Ghana High Commissioner to Nigeria, Rashid Bawa, to explain how the government of Ghana was handling the situation.

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source reports that the shops was shut down following the disagreement with the Ghana Union of Trader Association(GUTA).

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About 390 shops run by Nigerians was closed, had stage protest by Nigerian traders, who condemned the order issued by the Ghanaian government compelling foreigners to have one million dollars (R14.3 million) as minimum foreign investment capital to do business in Ghana.

Nnaji confirmed to news agency stating, the shops have been reopened,  He said that Nigerians have started their businesses peacefully without harassment in Ghana. source from vanguard

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