Some Nigerian merchants in Ghana have complained about what they termed unfair remedy meted out to them by some Ghanaians.
Presently, there’s stress between the 2 nations following the demolition of a constructing belonging to the Nigerian Excessive Fee in Ghana over the weekend.
Following the demolition, some Nigeria protesters on Monday, June 22, converged on the Excessive Fee’s premises in Accra to register their displeasure over present happenings and the demolition.
The protesters, largely Nigerians, are condemning the closure of their retail companies in Ghana.
Among the protesters have been chanting “we are able to’t breathe,” as they engaged the press. “We’re surviving by associates and typically we give them items and so they give us cash,” considered one of them mentioned to the press.
Their retailers have been closed within the enforcement of the Ghana Funding Promotion Centre Act (865).
However Nigerian merchants had argued that the ECOWAS protocol, which permits the free motion of individuals, items, and providers in West African nations, additionally permits them to commerce in Ghana.
The Ghana Union of Merchants Affiliation (GUTA) and notably Nigerian merchants within the nation have been at odds due to this concern. The present diplomatic stress between Ghana and Nigeria has but to settle.