$1M REQUIREMENT: NIGERIANS SHOULD COMPLY, WE DIDN’T COMPLAIN ABOUT BORDER CLOSURE – GHANA TRADE UNION

Written by on August 24, 2020

GHANA UNION OF TRADERS ASSOCIATION, ACTING VICE PRESIDENT, CLEMENT BOATENG HAVE RESPONDED TO THE  CONTROVERSIAL $1M FEE BEING ENFORCED BY THE GHANAIAN AUTHORITIES ON FOREIGNERS TRADING IN THE COUNTRY.

BOATENG SAID THE PAYMENT OF THE $1M FEE BEING ENFORCED BY THE GHANAIAN AUTHORITIES, SHOULDN’T BE SEEN AS XENOPHOBIC ATTACK

BOATENG INSISTED IT HAD THE GHANA LAW HAS NOTHTING TO DO WITH ECOWAS LAWS NOTING THAT NIGERIA CLOSED ITS BORDERS AND NO ONE COMPLAINED.


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