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Ghana shuts down 400 shops belonging to Nigerians – Victims

By OakTV
25 September 2018   |   1:41 pm
Scores of Nigerians who protested alleged closure of 400 shops owned by them by the Ghanaian authority on Monday September 24 in Abuja said they were shocked that they were treated as foreigners in Ghana.

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