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Protest By Nigerian Traders Over Ghana’s Delay To Reopen Their Shops

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Due to the failure of the Ghanaian government to reopen shops owned by Nigerian traders in Ghana, The Nigeria Union of Traders Association in Ghana (NUTAG) took to a protest over the week end.

During the protest,The President of NUTAG, Mr. Chukwuemeka Nnaji, the leader of the exercise told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on phone that the Ghanaian authorities remain blind when it comes to issues of reopening their shops which were closed since 2019.He indicated that they have had several meetings and still their efforts couldn’t become an anecdote to the refusal of the Ghanaian authorities to reopen their shops.

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According to him the purpose of the protest was to draw the attention of the Ghanaian authorities who have paid a death ear to their calls.

So they are hoping that if their voice is heard and their shops are opened, they can return to normal business activities and tackle the economic issues amid COVID-19

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