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OPERA SQUARE: NIGERIAN OWNED SHOPS LOCKED UP BY SOME GHANAIAN TRADERS

The Ghana Association of Electrical Dealers issued a two-week ultimatum to the government to fully enforce Section 20 of the Ghana Investment Promotion Act (Act 865) of the 1992 Constitution or its members will be compelled to launch attacks on foreign retailers in an even worse fashion than what transpired at Suame Magazine last week when Ghanaian traders destroyed the shops and wares of some Nigerian-owned shops.

In view of this Adoa business desk was at the Opera Square, where the association is being situated at to speak to the executive members of the association only to realize that, some Ghanaian traders have forcefully locked up shops which are been owned by Nigerians.

Story By: Isaac Otoo

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