OYOGist.com has learned that the President of the Nigerian Traders Association of Ghana, Chief Emeka Nnaji, has reportedly said that the reliable lock-up of Nigerians’ shops by the Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA) is because of jealousy. Nnaji, in a meeting on Joy FM’s News night Wednesday, discredited the successive assaults of Nigerian brokers in the nation by their Ghanaian partners.
His remarks come after the Abossey Okai Spare Parts Dealers Association bolted up all the shops having a place with Nigerians in the zone on Tuesday. As indicated by the Association, the laws of Ghana don’t permit outsiders to take part in retail exchange, the purpose behind their activity.
They likewise blame the Nigerians for selling inadequate items at low costs; a training the Ghanaian brokers state is murdering their organizations.
In any case, Nnaji portrayed the Ghanaian dealers’ activities as ‘funny,’ taking note of that the culprits additionally break the law when they complete such exercises.
“They (GUTA) themselves don’t have the foggiest idea what the law is about. On the off chance that they did, they wouldn’t have bolted up anyone’s shop, since that in itself is a wrongdoing.”
He said assuming the cases that their exchange is illicit is valid, singularly bolting up their shops is additionally unlawful, and “two wrongs don’t make a right.”
He further recommended every single applicable partner ought to have a gathering and distinguish a feasible answer for this blister.
Nnaji said the contradiction, which began in 2007, antagonistically influences entrepreneurs, including that could influence the connection between the two nations.