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Nigerian traders in Ghana lament discrimination

Nigerians in Ghana say they are suffering discrimination after many of their businesses were closed by local authorities. It's part of a suite of policies adopted by Ghana aimed at protecting local retail traders from foreign competition, which is dominated by Nigerians. As Aksel Zaimovic reports, the latest spat between Nigeria and Ghana could put further strain on their fragile relationship. Coronavirus in Africa 👉http://trt.world/13f2 #nigeriaghana #nigeria #ghana

Ghana authorities close Nigerian-owned businesses | Money Talks

Ghana authorities close Nigerian-owned businesses | Money Talks

Inside West Africa’s Golden Child, Ghana

Inside West Africa’s Golden Child, Ghana

Ghana's New Car: First locally made car being manufactured

Ghana's New Car: First locally made car being manufactured

Nigeria-Benin Border Closure: Ban on imports leads to increase in food prices

Nigeria-Benin Border Closure: Ban on imports leads to increase in food prices

Luxury camper-van holidays gain popularity during pandemic | Money Talks

Luxury camper-van holidays gain popularity during pandemic | Money Talks

Palestinian brothers overcome disabilities to run bakery | Money Talks

Palestinian brothers overcome disabilities to run bakery | Money Talks

Tech start-up reaps rewards with green vehicles in Uganda | Money Talks

Tech start-up reaps rewards with green vehicles in Uganda | Money Talks

Talks between Indian government, farmers' unions end in stalemate  | Money Talks

Talks between Indian government, farmers' unions end in stalemate | Money Talks

Saudi Arabia, Qatar near deal to end three-year rift | Money Talks

Saudi Arabia, Qatar near deal to end three-year rift | Money Talks

Storage firms brace for high demand before vaccine roll-out | Money Talks

Storage firms brace for high demand before vaccine roll-out | Money Talks

New Zealand pledges to become carbon neutral by 2025 | Money Talks

New Zealand pledges to become carbon neutral by 2025 | Money Talks

Deforestation in Brazil's Amazon surges to 12-year high | Money Talks

Deforestation in Brazil's Amazon surges to 12-year high | Money Talks

Refugees stranded in deportation camps a year after attacks | Money Talks

Refugees stranded in deportation camps a year after attacks | Money Talks

UK approves use of vaccine made by Pfizer and BioNTech | Money Talks

UK approves use of vaccine made by Pfizer and BioNTech | Money Talks

More Americans take up outdoor activities during pandemic | Money Talks

More Americans take up outdoor activities during pandemic | Money Talks

Colombian coffee farmers struggle with labour shortages | Money Talks

Colombian coffee farmers struggle with labour shortages | Money Talks

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