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Ghana: Closure of Nigerians’ outlets xenophobic – Senate Chief, Abaribe

Senate Minority Chief, Enyinnaya Abaribe, has accused Ghana’ of concentrating on Nigerians.

He stated the Ghanian authorities was finishing up xenophobic acts in opposition to residents of its long-time ally.

Abaribe’s response was contained in a press release in Abuja on Sunday by his spokesman, Uchenna Awom.

Just lately, Ghanaian officers sealed outlets belonging to Nigerian merchants in Accra over $1million fairness stipulated by the Ghana Funding Promotions Council.

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Abaribe informed Ghana to “show us fallacious by placing a halt to additional closure of the outlets and assaults on Nigerians in compliance to the Financial Neighborhood of West African International locations (ECOWAS) protocol”.

The lawmaker known as the closure of enterprise a willful denigration of sub-regional brotherhood and one that’s in clear battle with ECOWAS protocol.

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“So what’s the purpose of getting an financial group if on the finish of the day every nation resolves to make legal guidelines and rules which might be in contradiction with the binding protocol.

“That is fairly absurd because it negates the spirit that propelled the formation of ECOWAS within the first place”, he stated.

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Abaribe urged ECOWAS to deal with Ghana’s behaviour and its far-reaching implications, significantly the difficulty of free commerce and motion of individuals in West Africa.

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