In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 16th, August, 2020

Shock As Ghanaian Policemen Harass And Closes A Nigerian Businessman’s Store Over $1m Tax (Video)

Shock As Ghanaian Policemen Harass And Closes A Nigerian Businessman's Shop Over $1m Tax (Video)

Nigerians in Ghana

One of many officers

Some Ghanaian policemen have been noticed in a viral video harassing and forcefully shutting a store belonging to a Nigerian businessman in Accra, capital of the West African nation.

The Nigerian businessman who challenged the officers clearly acknowledged that he has paid each his firm tax and all different crucial charges even earlier than registering his enterprise. He went forward to point out off the paperwork which backed his declare and in addition requested the policemen to offer proof of non-payment of tax by him.

The businessman who criticized the policemen for treating their fellow Africans so unfairly, stated he’s being harassed over the non-payment of $1 million as tax to the Ghanian authorities.

Within the video obtained by PR Nigeria, he was heard saying; “I’ve been doing enterprise in Ghana since 2007, and I’ve not defaulted in paying my tax. I’ve the required papers to again up my declare. You guys are solely closing our retailers due to the $1 million you ask us to pay. The place would you like us to get the $1 million”.


That is coming after the president of Nigerian Merchants Union in Ghana, Chukwuemeka Nnaji decried the closure of retailers owned by Nigerians by Ghanaian authorities.

Asides revealing that Ghanaian authorities demanded money fee of 1 million for his or her retailers to be reopened, it was additional learnt that they have been requested to make use of a minimal of 25 expert Ghanaian staff and should not commerce in commodities that Ghanaian merchants have utilized to commerce in.

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