Nigerian Traders Protest Ghana's Delay in Reopening Shops

The Nigeria Union of Traders Association in Ghana, NUTAG, have protested at the delay in the reopening of Nigerian shops in Ghana. NUTAG leader Chukwuemeka Nnaji, said that Ghanaian authorities refused to reopen their shops since 2019, despite several meetings between top officials of both governments. Officials in Ghana shut Nigerian-owned stores to comply with a law that curbs foreign participation in its retail trading space.


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