Over 600 shops of Nigerians in Ghana have now been opened after 6 months of lockdown by Ghanaian government.
In a statement released by the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, the President of National Association of Nigerian traders disclosed this while on a solidarity visit to the Chairman of the commission .
Recall that in November 2019 Ghana Union of Traders Association closed down foreign-run shops said to be violating a Ghanaian law barring non-nationals from operating in the domestic retail space.
He said that the visit was to commend the NiDCOM Chairman for her unrelenting efforts in resolving the lockdown of Nigerian shops in Ghana for over six months.
Dr. Ukaoha said that the ECOWAS protocol of Free Movement of Persons, Goods and Services shouldn’t be observed in breach but rather in the spirit of brotherhood and diplomatic reciprocity.
In response, the Chairman of NIDCOM says the ”intervention was multi-level especially at the highest level of diplomacy and bilateral relations between Ghana and Nigeria.”
She attributed the success to President Muhammadu Buhari for his intervention, which was multi-level especially at the highest level of diplomacy and bilateral relations between both countries.
Dabiri-Erewa urged Nigerian Traders in Ghana to always obey the laws of their host country and conduct themselves in a dignified and respectful manner.