Border closure: Ghanians give Nigerian traders quit notice

Ghanian traders
Ghanian traders
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Nigerians doing business in Ghana have been asked to vacate their shops on Thursday November the 14th or be forcefully evicted.

The move is an apparent retaliation against the Federal Government’s closure of the Nigeria’s land borders.

The ultimatum was issued by the Ghana Union of Traders’ Associations and the Ghana Electrical Dealers Association.

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A Nigerian trader in Ghana said, “They have closed some of the shops and threatened to close the shops belonging to Nigerians before November 14. They are angry because of Nigeria’s border closure, which has affected their businesses”.


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