This follows the closure of shops operated by Nigerians after Ghanaian spare parts dealers in the area protested against the continuous operation of foreigners in the retail trade. At least 50 shops belonging to Nigerian spare parts dealers were locked up by agitated Ghanaians. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, chairman of the Nigerian Diaspora Commission, has called on the foreign countries to protect Nigerians the same way the lives of their nationals are being safeguarded in Nigeria.
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