The two countries began talks to cement cracks in their bilateral relations owing to the diplomatic standoff between them arising from the alleged maltreatment of Nigerians in Ghana. Femi Gbajabiamila, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, has called on Ghana to revisit the U.S.$1 million mandatory business capital for Nigerians and other nationals as a requirement for doing business.This follows months of clashes between Nigerian and Ghanaian traders. The affected Nigerian businesses were said to be violating a Ghanaian law, barring non-nationals from operating in the domestic retail space.
This Day, 4 September 2020
Nigeria and Ghana yesterday began talks to cement cracks in their bilateral relations owing to the diplomatic crisis between them arising from the alleged maltreatment of Nigerians… Read more »
Daily Trust, 4 September 2020
The speaker House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, has called on Ghana to revisit the $1 million mandatory business capital for Nigerians and other nationals as a requirement… Read more »
Premium Times, 2 September 2020
The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, will visit Ghana on Wednesday for a meeting with his Ghanaian counterpart over alleged harassment of Nigerians in… Read more »
This Day, 2 September 2020
The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila, has expressed hope that Nigeria and Ghana will arrive at mutually acceptable resolutions to defuse the… Read more »
DW, 1 September 2020
The two West African nations have been at loggerheads over trade for decades, without serious consequences. That could change now that the region is in the grip of the COVID-19… Read more »
Daily Trust, 3 September 2020
The Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Otunba Richard Adebayo has said that the federal government will explore all diplomatic options in resolving the on-going trade rift… Read more »
A market in Accra.
Nigeria and Ghana have engaged in diplomatic rows owing to the demolition and seizure of buildings belonging to the Nigeria embassy in the country. The crisis was however … Read more »
The Ghanaian government has denied allegations of maltreatment of Nigerian traders in Ghana, saying that they were given enough time to comply with the laws. Shops belonging to … Read more »