Closure of Nigerian Shops in Ghana: Peter Obi calls for government intervention 

Former Anambra State governor, Dr. Peter Obi has called on the Federal Government to as a matter of urgency wade into the harassment of Nigerian traders in Ghana.

In recent reports from Ghana, there are claims that the Ghanaian authority has been shutting down Nigerians shops. This, according to Dr. Obi, is wrong.

According to him;

“The cries of Nigerians for help must never go unnoticed. The allegations by Nigerian traders that Ghanaian authorities are high handed in their dealings with them deserves the attention of our government. In the spirit of African integration, both nations need one another.”

Just few Months ago, it was also the how some buildings within the Nigerian Mission in Ghana were demolished.

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