Ghana Police Close Down Nigerian Shop, Despite Allegedly Having His ‘Complete’ Papers
“I have all necessary documents” were the words of a Nigerian man (name unknown) whose shop/ business was being closed down by the police in Ghana.
In a 4 mins video recorded by the man himself, he could be heard asking the authorities to check his documents/ certificates for running his business in the country.
He lamented that he is always paying his tax, since he started his business which dates back to 2007, yet they treat himself and other law-abiding Nigerians poorly in the country.
In the video, the police were apparently bent on closing his shop, turning deaf ears to his plea.
According to them, he had been running his businesses illegally.
They, however, refused his plea that they should check his papers.
Watch the video below:
Earlier, Naija News reported the Executive Director of the Nigeria Traders Union in Ghana, Kacey Ogbonna has sent out a strict warning that if authorities in Ghana continues to attack Nigerians who own businesses, there would be a reprisal in Nigeria soon.
Ogbonna who spoke yesterday on Morning Starr opined that Ghanaians do not have a justification for some of the attacks on Nigerian traders in Ghana.
According to him, most Nigerians traders have met all that is required to do business in Ghana.