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Nigerian traders accuse Ghana of Xenophobic attacks

By OakTV
16 October 2018   |   5:30 am
The President of the National Association of Nigerian Traders (NANTS), Mr. Ken Ukaoha, yesterday raised the alarm over allegations that Nigerian traders in Ghana were being harassed and attacked by state sponsored thugs while the country police looked away.


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