In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 19th, August, 2020

Dele Momodu Reacts To Closure Of Nigerian-Owned Retailers In Ghana, Pledges To Present Palliatives To Affected Merchants

Dele Momodu Reacts To Closure Of Nigerian-Owned Shops In Ghana, Pledges To Provide Palliatives To Affected Traders

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Dele Momodu

Ace Journalist, Dele Momodu has reacted to the closure of outlets owned by Nigerians in Ghana.

In an announcement launched, Momodu stated the closure of outlets of Nigerians in an African nation makes a multitude of the Black Lives Matter marketing campaign which has engulfed the world in latest occasions. He pledge to provide palliatives for the displaced Nigerian businessmen and ladies within the spirit of brotherliness. He known as on all well-meaning Nigerians to return to the help of the affected merchants.

“I observe with unhappiness the viral movies of Nigerian traders being flogged and thrown out of their outlets in Ghana. As an avowed pan-Africanist and a fanatical disciple of former Ghanaian President, Dr Kwame Nkrumah, I’ve turn into traumatized about the way forward for Africa. The Osagyefo have to be seething with anger and rage in his grave, if he might see how Africans are treating themselves presently and age.

“Simply think about that that is coming at a momentous interval when the world is campaigning that BLACK LIVES MATTER, however Nigerians are being kicked round like soccer by our closest Brothers and buddies. And what’s the excuse for this act? An extremely brutal “Legislation” which stipulates that international small-scale merchants should make investments $1 million within the Ghanaian economic system.

What number of corporations on this planet began enterprise with such a stupendous quantity? If the Europeans and People had promulgated such Legal guidelines in opposition to Nigerians and Ghanaians residing overseas, many people would have accused them of racism and discrimination. What’s worse, a few of these merchants even have their legitimate papers and registered lengthy earlier than the approaching of this atrocious requirement by the Ghana Funding Promotion Centre, however the Legislation enforcers blatantly refused to take heed to the cries of those hardworking however hapless merchants.

“One other excuse is that they claimed Nigeria shut its borders in opposition to neighboring international locations. Whereas I agree that the choice to close our borders is regrettable, this has nothing to do with Ghana. No Ghanaian has been requested to not do enterprise in Nigeria. No Ghanaian has been requested to take a position any obligatory sum of money earlier than establishing outlets in Nigeria.

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We make immigrants completely welcome right here. I as soon as intervened on behalf of a Ghanaian couple when their manufacturing unit was going to be demolished amongst some unlawful constructions in Agbara Property. I needed to name the then Governor of Ogun State, Otunba Gbenga Daniel, who exempted the Ghanaians on the compassionate grounds that they have been Ghanaian traders in Nigeria.

Nigerians and Ghanaians have been too interwoven and inter-marrying for ages, together with the present President of Ghana, the nice Nana Akufo-Addo who was as soon as an in-law of Nigeria. His cousin, Adelaide Ofori-Atta, was married to Chief Sammy Oluseun Olagbaju, a distinguished Nigerian Businessman who died in 2016. Myma Adwowa Belo-Osagie, Princess Abba Folawiyo, Mrs Edith Korantema Koranteng Fajemirokun, are amongst many Ghanaian ladies married to distinguished Nigerian households.

My private love for Ghana, and respect for Ghanaians, has by no means been unsure. I’ve been the Chief Promoter of Ghana to the world previously 25 years. I as soon as labored intently with The Hon. Jake Otanka Obetsebi-Lamptey, of blessed reminiscence, Ghana’s Minister of Tourism and Diasporan Relations within the cupboard of President John Agyekum Kufuor. Ovation Worldwide journal was instrumental in showcasing the pristine fantastic thing about Ghana to a world viewers on the time.

Many Nigerian corporations began increasing their operations to Ghana, based mostly on the constructive tales we offered to the world, particularly Nigeria. At the moment, Nigerians management large investments in Banking, Oil & Fuel, Telecommunications, Actual Property, Retail, Leisure, Schooling, Hospitality, Tourism, Medicals, Aviation, Transport, Transportation, Textiles, Church buildings, and so on.

I’m saddened that each one our efforts of these days are about to be wasted by this newest imbroglio.

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“I’ve reached out, and obtained the total names and telephone contacts of the Nigerian merchants principally affected by this unlucky and pointless incidents. Every of them will obtain my humble widow’s mite, with no strings connected and no political motives by any means. My motivation is simply the truth that we needs to be our Brother’s keepers always.

I implore women and men of excellent conscience to face up and intervene speedily on this matter. God bless The Federal Republic of Nigeria and The Republic of Ghana.”

LIST OF NIGERIAN TRADERS AFFECTED BY THE FORCEFUL CLOSURE OF SHOPS IN ACCRA, GHANA

1. CHUKWUEMEKA IHEJIRIKA

2 PAUL OKECHUKWU

three JUSTINE IKECHUKWU NWACHUKWU

four BLESSING UGWUOKE

5 CHINEDU MBANUGO VALENTINE

6 LOVETH CHUKWUEMEKA

7 JOHNSON ARINZE

eight PAULINK GLOBAL DIGITAL

9 GODWIN OGBU FRANCIS

10 SAMSON ANAYOANIAWA

11 TITUS EZEMA UGWOKE

12 TONY IZUCHUKWU ANYAEGBU

13 UGOCHUKWU UCHENNA ONUOHA

14 CHIKWENDU IKE NDUBUISI

15 IBEH KINGSLEY

16 DAVID IKECHUKWU MUANYA

17 AUGUSTINE EKWOH

18 OLIVER OMEKE

19 OKAAH OBURUZO

20 JONAS UGWOKE UGWUOGO

21 OBINNA LUCKY

22 EZE VICTOR CHINEDU

23 STANLEY UMEALAEKWE

24 IGBONAJU DESMOND

25 OKEKE NELSON

26 UGWOE ERNEST

27 ANI EMEKA SOLOMON

28 CHUKWUEMEKA T. P ONYEKAONWU

29 GOODLUCK MADUABUCHI OKWARA

30 OKECHUKWU SAMUEL

31 CHRISTOPHER UBANATU

32 INNOCENT UDE

33 CHINEDU DESMOND NWABURUEBU

34 KINGSLEY EJIKE MBADIWE

35 OKECHUKWU IFEAKANWA

36 BENJAMIN ONAH

37 TOCHUKWU JULIUS EZEH

38 UGWU ALPHONSUS IFEANYI

39 AMAKA VICTORIA

40 OHAYI CHIGBOGU PAUL

41 TITUS CHINASA

42 OLISA ADINDU KINGSLEY

43 EZE PAUL TOCHUKWU

44 IGWE PAUL IKECHUKWU

45 STEVEN OKOYE

46 OSMOND OSINACHI OKOYE

47 UDOKA NZELU

48 UGWU ONYEKA JOE

49 UGWUMADU ONYEDIKA CALLISTUS

50 CHUKWU VICTOR PAUL

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51 FAMOUS HANNAH

52 KELVIN MAMAH

53 EZE SUNDAY

54 MARTIN ANAKUDO ARINZE

55 VIINE OBI NWODO

56 PETER TOCHUKWU

57 UGWOKE PATRICK

58 EMMANUEL OHEAKESI

59 UGONNANYA CANDY EZE

60 BENNEDICT REUBEN (TIGO)

61 NWAZUOKE CHRISTOPHER CHUKWUDI

62 RAYMOND UGWU

63 NKOKU NDUBUISI JACOB

64 UDENYI LEONARD

65 RICHARD DOUGLAS

66 JAMES UZAR KINGSLEY

67 ONUORAH EBUKA DESTINY

68 CHUKS EZE

69 SUNDAY JOSEPH

70 FRESSY EZE

71 KINGSLEY UCHENNA NNAEGBUNA

72 UGOCHUKWU RAPHAEL

73 AGUDILE CHIZOBA MIRACLE

74 PAUL ONYEKACHI UGWUOKE

75 IZUNABOR NONSO COLLINS

76 ONYEKE UCHENNA WISDOM

77 FLORENCE EZI

79 TOCHUKWU UBAH

80 BRIGHT OHIARA

81 OZIOMA ONWUZUGHA

82 JOSEPH UGWU

83 JOSEPH EZUZOBI

84 EMMANUEL IFEANYI

85 EJIKE DOMNIC

86 CHUPEZ ARINZE

87 RICHARD OBIDINMA

88 NNADI KINGSLEY EJIOFOR

89 OBI AUGUSTINE

90 SUNDAY DONATUS

91 EMMANUEL ADIBE

92 NWOKOCHA GODWIN

93 EZE LUCKY

94 LAWRENCE AMANDIANEZE ANIEKWE

95 ONYEANULA CHINEDU GODWIN

96 EZE FRANCIS

97 UKWUNGWU LINUS

98 COLLINS CHIDIEBERE

99 IBEH TOCHUKWU

100 ABUGU CLEMENT

101 FAVOUR ANITA

102 CHINEDU ONYEMACHUKWU

103 ALEX EZIOKWU

104 AMBROSE OGWUEGBU

105 EMEKA POLITE

106 BLESSEDUC AVENUE

107 NEWLY INTERNATIONAL UCHE CHUKWU OKEZIE

108 JOHN NKE

109 IHEAGWAM B. IYKE

110 NNAJI IZUCHUKWU

111 GLORIOUS BLESSED SEA LAND (TONY IGBOMALU)

112 FEDELIS OBI

113 MIKE EZE

114 CHIMA ORIAKU

115 OBINNA EKWECHI

116 AUGUSTINE UKPABIA

117 MONEKE MICHAEL Ok

118 OGOCHUKWU NWANKWO

119 EMMANUEL AGBATA

120 EMMANUEL IGWE

121 NELSON OKECHUKWU

122 IKENNA NWAKAOZOR

123 NNAEMEKA GODWIN

124 CHINEDU MBIONWU

125 AKONAM EZEANOLUE

126 CHINEDU OKPALAEKE

127 CHINEDU UKABIA

128 EMEKA UGWUNNWA

129 EJIKE EZEDINIRU

130 CHUKWU NONSO OKEY

131 STANLEY CHIMEZIE UDEH

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