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Nigerian Businesses Locked Again in Ghana

Nigerian Businesses Locked Again in Ghana

AIT NEWS reports that Nigerian businesses, electrical appliances dealers in Oprah Square, Ashiama, and Tema have been locked by the Ghanaian Union of Traders (GUTA). Information Guide Nigeria

According to the Chapter Chairman of Nigerians In Diaspora Organization (NIDO), Ghana, Calistus Elozieuwa, authorities in Ghana have maintained that Nigerians are not allowed as retailers according to the Ghanian Investment Promotion Center law (GIPC).

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Elozieuwa said that previously,  the Nigerian Government was to reach an agreement with the Ghanaian Government, nothing was effected. Jamb Result

However, the Minister of Education, Trade, and Investment on Desk, at the Nigerian High Commission in Ghana, Adebola Arewa, said he was not aware that businesses owned by Nigerians have been locked but promised to investigate it.

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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