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Fifteen more shops belonging to Nigerians were shutdown yesterday by members of the Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA) at Opera Square in Accra, bringing the number of shops to about 70.

The latest showdown is part of GUTA’s plan to cripple Nigerian businesses in the nation’s capital.

Nigerian businesses at the Tip Toe Lane at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle are believed to be the next in line, as it was gathered that GUTA plans to lock up the Nigerian shops in the area today.

The national president of the Nigerian Union of Traders Association in Ghana (NUTAG), Chukwuemeka Nnaji, has advised his members to close their shops today to avoid destruction of their goods and businesses.

Meanwhile, the timely intervention of police officers and the Nigerian Mission in Ghana averted a major clash between members of GUTA and NUTAG yesterday.

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johnkey:
No pics? Today na my birthday make person dash me money

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Kwanza:
Fifteen more shops belonging to Nigerians were shutdown yesterday by members of the Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA) at Opera Square in Accra, bringing the number of shops to about 70.

The latest showdown is part of GUTA’s plan to cripple Nigerian businesses in the nation’s capital.

Nigerian businesses at the Tip Toe Lane at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle are believed to be the next in line, as it was gathered that GUTA plans to lock up the Nigerian shops in the area today.

The national president of the Nigerian Union of Traders Association in Ghana (NUTAG), Chukwuemeka Nnaji, has advised his members to close their shops today to avoid destruction of their goods and businesses.

Meanwhile, the timely intervention of police officers and the Nigerian Mission in Ghana averted a major clash between members of GUTA and NUTAG yesterday.

Keep closing until you are tired of closing but we wont open our land border for you.

You will soon start closing your own shops too because of the severe hardship that you will face and thats when we will laugh last

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Re: Ghanaian traders shut down more Nigerians’ shops by johnkey: 11:39am On Nov 12, 2020

haha. we nigerians are too busy to even care about whats going on in ghana.

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Re: Ghanaian traders shut down more Nigerians’ shops by GENEGIRIA: 11:48am On Nov 12, 2020

Hahahahaha this is the just the beginning. By the time we finish with those criminal mudder fuggerz from MUMUDOM, their eyes go clear

Kwanza:
Fifteen more shops belonging to Nigerians were shutdown yesterday by members of the Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA) at Opera Square in Accra, bringing the number of shops to about 70.

The latest showdown is part of GUTA’s plan to cripple Nigerian businesses in the nation’s capital.

Nigerian businesses at the Tip Toe Lane at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle are believed to be the next in line, as it was gathered that GUTA plans to lock up the Nigerian shops in the area today.

The national president of the Nigerian Union of Traders Association in Ghana (NUTAG), Chukwuemeka Nnaji, has advised his members to close their shops today to avoid destruction of their goods and businesses.

Meanwhile, the timely intervention of police officers and the Nigerian Mission in Ghana averted a major clash between members of GUTA and NUTAG yesterday.

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Re: Ghanaian traders shut down more Nigerians’ shops by Hotfreezer: 3:20pm On Nov 12, 2020

Who gives a fvck about a sh1thole, where people are kidnapped for a ransom of coke and gala? a sh1thole where people eat from dustbins who gives a fvck about the capital city of poverty in the world? chai naija

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Re: Ghanaian traders shut down more Nigerians’ shops by sonature1: 3:20pm On Nov 12, 2020

The fight between Nigeria and Ghana is like that between the US and China.

Ghana is having a field day dealing with Nigerian businesses and the world kept quiet.

When Nigeria goes hard on them, every Tom, Dick and Harry will start condemning the Nigerian government.

Even in dreams, Nigeria and Ghana are no equals.

The only countries that can withstand Nigeria’s might on the continent are South Africa and Egypt.

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Re: Ghanaian traders shut down more Nigerians’ shops by gaetano: 3:22pm On Nov 12, 2020

haha. we nigerians are too busy to even care about whats going on in ghana.

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Re: Ghanaian traders shut down more Nigerians’ shops by Aieboocaar( m ): 3:23pm On Nov 12, 2020

Who gives a fvck about a sh1thole, where people are kidnapped for a ransom of coke and gala? a sh1thole where people eat from dustbins who gives a fvck about the capital city of poverty in the world? chai naija

NA WA O.
So all this rantings na just ontop small shikini border wey just close?? Kaii

Baba no go kee yourself o

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Na your papa wey dey hawk chewing stick for Ochanja com get level, abi?

Protesting Nnewi Traders Shut Down Markets Over Arrest Of Members

29th November 2020

Traders in Nnewi town, Anambra State on Wednesday shut down eight major markets in the industrial city to protest the arrest of some of their members.

The Sit-at-home by Traders in Nkwo #Nnewi,continues in Solidarity of the 33 People, Mostly INNOCENT Traders abducted by the @PoliceNG following #IPOB Evangelism last week in the Area.They have been accused of ‘Terrorism’& ‘Killing’ a police Officer, even though Nobody was Killed! pic.twitter.com/GdX8NaJ1M7

Naija News learnt that the protesting traders demanded the unconditional release of their colleagues who they said were arrested by the police and paraded by the police as suspected members of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB).

Members of the trader’s union during the protest also lamented alleged intimidation by the police and the military.

Chairman of Agboedo Motor Spare Parts Dealers Association (AMSPDA), Gabriel Chibueze, told journalists that the detained persons were traders. He also threatened that business activities will be shut down throughout the state if their members are not released.

“We are calling on police authorities to immediately release our members. They are not IPOB members.

“They are genuine traders doing their legitimate businesses in this market when security officers came into their shops to pick them. The arrested traders could not have been involved in the fracas because the location of the protest was not close to the market.

“The place the protest took place is far from the market. In order to ensure that the fracas didn’t escalate to the market, we, the executive, closed down all entrances leading to the market while our members continued their businesses.

“Suddenly, we saw a combined team of Police and Army, who broke the entrance gates to the market and started beating our members. They arrested both masters and their apprentices.

“We quickly rushed to the Area Command where we made a complaint but the Area Commander turned down our complaint, saying we will put him in trouble,” he said.

The police had on Sunday paraded 33 suspected members of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), who were arrested after a clash between the outlawed group and security agencies.The police had also reported that one of its officers was killed during the clash.

More than 53 nnewi traders are still under detention by the Anambra police commissioner under the authority of the inspector general of police. Idris the transmission transmission. #BiafraExit

— Yizraeli Immanuel (@danielc98081350) November 29, 2020

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Border Closure Fallout: Angry Ghanaian Traders Shutting Down Nigerian Businesses In Ghana

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Ever since the Nigerian government moved to completely close its land borders with neighbouring African countries pending when “certain conditions are met by those countries with respect to the movement of goods”, the economic losses have been massive — especially for those on the “non-Nigerian side of the border.”

And now it looks like things are starting to get of hand as there are those who are now taking matters into their own hands.

Fresh reports have it that aggrieved members of the Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA) have stormed shops owned by Nigerians in two cities in the country., shutting them down.

These members locked the shops of the Nigerians on Thursday, October 31, 2020, in Kumasi, the Ashanti Region capital, and locked them up.

The demonstration appears to be in retaliation to the closure of the Nigerian border to West African countries which includes Ghana.

GUTA recently noted that the closure of Nigeria’s trade borders to Benin and other neighbouring countries is an outright breach of ECOWAS treaties.

The President of the Association, Joseph Obeng who spoke to Accra-based Joy FM noted that the Foreign Affairs Ministry and the ECOWAS parliament have failed to check Nigeria. He argued that this is enough evidence that all treaties and protocols under ECOWAS being ineffective.

“Nigeria has blatantly flouted ECOWAS protocol if there is even something like that. Surprisingly, the foreign affairs ministry has failed to deal with this issue, nobody is talking to this issue and for two months Ghanaian goods have been locked up in Nigeria. This act by the Nigerian government nullifies the entire ECOWAS Treaty on the free movement of people and goods,” he said.

The GUTA members also cite Ghanaian laws to justify their action, insisting that they have been left with no choice than to move into the markets and lock the shops up themselves because the law enforcement agencies fail to do their work.

GUTA says foreign retailers flout section 27 of the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) Act 865. That law stipulates that the sale of goods or provision of services in a market, petty trading or hawking or selling of goods in a stall at any place must be reserved for Ghanaians.

Meanwhile, the Ghanaian Presidency has responded on the matter. Ghana’s President, Nana Akuffo-Addo, has said that he is hopeful the ongoing talks between Nigeria and Ghana would resolve the impasse with the West African giant’s closure of its western borders.

According to him, “there’s a lot of room for continuing talks between” Nigeria and Ghana for a breakthrough to be reached. President Akuffo-Addo said this while addressing a delegation from First National Bank, Nigeria.

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Belarus: Market traders shut down over imports row

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Market traders across Belarus have shut up shop in protest at controversial new rules aimed at persuading them to sell more domestically produced household goods, it’s reported.

From the start of the year traders who want to sell the imported goods – which mainly come from Russia – must present proof of origin, something Russian wholesalers generally do not provide, the independent TUT.BY news website reports. Rather than face fines for failure to comply, most retailers of toiletries, clothes, cleaning materials and toys have simply not reopened in the New Year. Anatol Shumachenka, the head of the Perspektyva small business association, says up to 90% of its traders failed to open up this week nationwide.

Even the trade ministry acknowledges that 68% of outlets are still shut, although ministry official Viyalyeta Brazouskaya told the official Belta news agency that this is down to “some of them being on holiday, or extending their New Year and Christmas break, or perhaps the cold weather”.

Traders say that’s not the case. “We aren’t on holiday, we just can’t work under these new rules,” Alena Kustus, a stallholder in Brest, tells TUT.BY. She adds that the first half of January is usually one of their busiest times. Perspektyva has asked for a meeting with trade ministry officials next week, and is awaiting a response, the Belapan news agency reports.

Markets play an important role on the Belarusian consumer market by supplying relatively cheap imported goods. The country’s authoritarian government instead wants them to help the struggling state sector by selling Belarusian alternatives. But traders complain that local goods are of poor quality, and prices charged by state-run wholesalers are too high to make it worth their while trying to sell them on.

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