The Nigeria Union of Merchants Affiliation in Ghana (NUTAG), has carried out a peaceable protest over Ghanaian authorities’ refusal to open outlets owned by Nigerians in that nation.
Mr Chukwuemeka Nnaji, the President of NUTAG, who led the protest, informed NAN on the weekend that the authorities in Ghana refused to open their outlets since final 12 months.
Nnaji mentioned that the protest was to press the Ghanaian authorities to open outlets owned by Nigerians dwelling in Ghana, to allow them to sort out financial challenges amid COVID-19 outbreak.
“I’m in talks with my chief, Mr Ken Okoha, Nationwide President of Nigerian Merchants, and he has assured us that he’ll take our case as much as the very best degree in Nigeria.
“In actual fact, plans are on for him to maneuver to establishments which can be associated to commerce; I’ve recognized him for five years now, and I do know what he’s capable of do.
“I’m relaxation assured that the management of Nigerian merchants are working in the direction of attaining this objective.
“Be legislation abiding residents, COVID-19 remains to be on, and plenty of companies are affected; many people live from hand to mouth as a result of downturn.
“In the event you don’t have something to do, keep at residence; relaxation assured that on the finish of October if we aren’t evacuated, we’ll hold ourselves on the border,” Nnaji mentioned.