NUTAG ASK FG TO END THE ORDEAL OF NIGERIAN TRADERS IN GHANA
Written by admin on August 24, 2020
The Nigerian Union of Traders in Ghana (NUTAG) has urged the Federal Government to take urgent steps to end the ordeal of Nigerian traders doing business in Ghana.
NUTAG President, Chukwuemeka Nnaji, who made the appeal today in Abuja, noted that over 160 businesses belonging to Nigerian traders in Ghana were still locked by the Ghanaian authorities.
Nnaji explained that an inter-ministerial task force on august 10, moved round the country to identify shops owned by Nigerians and requested that such businesses be registered for the purpose of raising tax. He further said the Nigerian traders do not have the money required for the registration which cost as much as One million dollars ($1,000,000)