Nigerians attacked in Ghana

Twenty shops owned by Nigerians in Ghana have been forcibly closed down by a group of angry unidentified Ghanaians at Suame Magazine, Ashanti Region – Ghana.

According to the Nigerian traders, they have been targeted for some time now following the involvement of some Nigerians, concerning the alleged kidnapping and robbery cases in Ghana.

Chairman of the Nigerian Union of Traders Association, Chief Kizito Obiora, told the media that, they have been under attack since last Thursday and have been forced to close down their shops on Friday, and through-out the weekend whiles perpetrators are demanding that they leave the country to their home, Nigeria.

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Chief Obiora pleads on behalf on his colleagues and asks for police intervention before the matter escalates.

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