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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by renegades(m): 10:38pm On May 04
Na wa oh,how are they now surviving na?

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by RingRoadMafia: 10:38pm On May 04
nedekid:

He has impoverished Nigerians to the state that lots have turned beggers in other lands just to earn a living in fx. Pounds that was 250 for many years, usd that was stable too. Now 690 and 495 respectively! My bro that relocated and had a steady income here. His money when I send it to him in the US was giving him about $980 every month. It gradually reduced to $200+! All within this regime.
Kai, aboki has killed this country. We begged guys to avoid this recessionist but them no gree.


We are facing the worst! This unprecedented level of hardship was last experienced the last time this same man was military head of state. THE SAME MAN!

But even at that, this one is worst! He is totally bereft of ideas to move this country forward. He feels like his job is to just sit on the biggest chair during meetings and everyone will be reporting things he knows nothing about to him. The only reason this man wanted to be president so badly was because he was envious of OBJ, who served in different capacities and also because he wants to enthrone his ethnic group. At a critical time like this, I highly doubt that whoever will succeed this man will enjoy that office because if the person tries to carry on with "business as usual", Nigeria will sink totally cos as it is, there is no money, neither do we have means of generating money. Nigeria is doomed!

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by Proflere: 10:42pm On May 04
When big trouble defeat you, even small ones go dey dance on top your head. No be your fault, na APC cause am.

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by Femijohn198: 10:42pm On May 04
Buhari don't killed this country finish patapata . the neighboring country don't longer value Nigeria anymore because of the reckless ruling of bubu.

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by ChiefSosa(m): 10:46pm On May 04
BUSHHUNTER:
No be ghana fault...na dat nonsense desmond elliot cus am.
No mind am, d winch even appear for my room TV just now

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by PoloG: 10:51pm On May 04
Igbo people should return back to alaigbo and open their shops there na by force to stay for person land?
If we get oduduwa republic, we go deport all omo igbo go back to alaigbo and we nor go allow any igbo miscreant come open dirty shop for our new country again grin grin

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by Biafranboys: 11:03pm On May 04
RingRoadMafia:



We are facing the worst! This unprecedented level of hardship was last experienced the last time this same man was military head of state. THE SAME MAN!

But even at that, this one is worst! He is totally bereft of ideas to move this country forward. He feels like his job is to just sit on the biggest chair during meetings and everyone will be reporting things he knows nothing about to him. The only reason this man wanted to be president so badly was because he was envious of OBJ, who served in different capacities and also because he wants to enthrone his ethnic group. At a critical time like this, I highly doubt that whoever will succeed this man will enjoy that office because if the person tries to carry on with "business as usual", Nigeria will sink totally cos as it is, there is no money, neither do we have means of generating money. Nigeria is doomed!

Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by Biafranboys: 11:03pm On May 04
In international politics we have leverages that can be used and first we need to look for something we can use against Ghana and one would expect a dictator In power to act like a dictator and I bet you if it was the dictator abacha Ghana can't mess up.

Nigeria can convey an ecowas meeting and isolate Ghana, infact lots of things to do and we can make Ghana pay dearly

A tit for tat move would be to increase the cost of resident and work permit for Ghanaians and deport anyone that violates our immigration laws

We can impose sanctions on Ghana if we have what we can sanction them for but it might be a retaliation from Ghana because buhari shut down the borders

Look we have a looser in Chief in power and can't do nada.

Tomorrow they would say Nigerians only like commiting crimes but the ones with shops you are make their lives a living hell

In life nobody knows tomorrow, remember how was it shagari that chased Ghanaians and other undocumented Africans from Nigeria now look at us today

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by BUSHHUNTER: 11:23pm On May 04
ChiefSosa:
No mind am, d winch even appear for my room TV just now

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by moneyissweet(m): 11:33pm On May 04
No be by population, their gorvernment get sense and they respect their law pass your terrorists Gunment.

ecomalchemist:
Na bad leaders dey cause all this nonsens.

Ghana wey thier population no reachagos own.

Inukwa ?!!

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by Swanzi(m): 11:48pm On May 04
Perkinkis:
Nobody really gives a damn about a terrorist governed country, imagine Ghana that is not even up to the population of lagos holding ground with Buhari.

Population this population that why ibi population you dey chop...!!!
For ur information UK with population of less than 11 million as at the time they colonized almost all of the modern world including ur Nigeria

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by chaloskyx: 11:53pm On May 04
SHUT IT JARE WHAT DOES THE INCOMPETENT FG WANT TO DO ABOUT GO TO WAR? PEOPLE THAT CANT PROTECT ITS PEOPLE FROM ORDINARY BANDITS SHAMLESS COUNTRY HAS LOST ALL RESPECT FROM ITS AFRICAN NEIGBOURS
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by AllenSpencer: 11:54pm On May 04
If you cant follow the laws of the land, return home.
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by AllenSpencer: 11:56pm On May 04
iampeterben:
The presidency has to be blamed for this ill treatment, open border to your western African brothers they didn't listen. Now Ghana is giving them a bit of how they felt when their business couldn't strive due to his border blockage.

Update yourself.

This was before the pandemic.
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by Lostchild(m): 11:58pm On May 04
All you Nigerians business men in Ghana shut up and come back to your homeland. Dont you see that Ghanaians and their leaders are afraid that Nigerians will take over their country.

Did you forget your past? Ghana must go

It is pay back time
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by AllenSpencer: 12:03am On May 05
Perkinkis:
Nobody really gives a damn about a terrorist governed country, imagine Ghana that is not even up to the population of lagos holding ground with Buhari.

What ground is Ghana holding?

This a sovereign Nation with its economic policies. They know the adverse effect of their policies, and anyone who cant comply should leave the country.

Its not only Nigerians this applies too.
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by Swanzi(m): 12:06am On May 05
vengertime:
And I have a Ghanaian that owns a restaurant in my street.

Tomorrow I will mobilise guys to go ask am to close shop until further notice.

No one has monopoly of wickedness

Why not if he has broken any law let the laws work in Nigeria as is done in Ghana period is not about wickedness Oga
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by EndBuhariNow(m): 12:13am On May 05
One's its not fulani herdsmen and their cows it do not concern them ... even Ghana kwa . No wonder uae it their doors in us.. we have lifeless goat as president
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by Swanzi(m): 12:13am On May 05
abobote:
It's obvious Ghana and Ghanaians hate Nigerians, but the hatred increased when Buhari ordered the closure of Nigeria border against them and other west Africa countries

Shut up there when u closed ur border did you love ghana then...!? so what are u taking about, every government takes a decision that would suite it populace and that’s what the government of ghana did by listening to GUTA and ur government also closed its border to aid ur rice farmers from the influx of foreign rice so no hard feelings .

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by vengertime: 12:17am On May 05
Swanzi:


Why not if he has broken any law let the laws work in Nigeria as is done in Ghana period is not about wickedness Oga

He has broken a law, food business is reserved for only Nigerian citizens. Him dishing out food to our people is national security risk.

What's paining my guys now is that this Ghanaians are raking millions of Naira monthly in Lagos. That cheating and racket has to stop.

I've made some calls already, we are bouncing on him and his family.

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by Swanzi(m): 12:22am On May 05
AkalaJ:
Ghana should stop their jealousy-induced persecution of ibo people. It's becoming too much.

You mean the aba made cheap inferior goods...you think an average Ghanaian knows the difference between Igbo or Yoruba ...? The laws of the land are being followed to the latter if u can’t follow simple rules of ur host come back to ur giant of Africa finito..!

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by AllenSpencer: 12:26am On May 05
vengertime:


He has broken a law, food business is reserved for only Nigerian citizens. Him dishing out food to our people is national security risk.

What's paining my guys now is that this Ghanaians are raking millions of Naira monthly in Lagos. That cheating and racket has to stop.

I've made some calls already, we are bouncing on him and his family.

Lazy man!

You even need support to bounce a man like you grin grin grin

You know Ghanaians have a healthy diet. He would have beaten you blue black.

Just call for healthy support, cos if its same unhealthy ones like you, It will be disastrous.
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by Swanzi(m): 12:28am On May 05
vengertime:


He has broken a law, food business is reserved for only Nigerian citizens. Him dishing out food to our people is national security risk.

What's paining my guys now is that this Ghanaians are raking millions of Naira monthly in Lagos. That cheating and racket has to stop.

I've made some calls already, we are bouncing on him and his family.

You don’t have the requisite legal backing to do what ur doing the best u can do is to report to the appropriate quarters for redress not to take the law into ur hands.
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by tunary(m): 2:01am On May 05
All because of buhari
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by Litmus: 2:39am On May 05
Swanzi:


Shut up there when u closed ur border did you love ghana then...!? so what are u taking about, every government takes a decision that would suite it populace and that’s what the government of ghana did by listening to GUTA and ur government also closed its border to aid ur rice farmers from the influx of foreign rice so no hard feelings .


True. My annoyance is that Nigeria did not close the borders tight enough. This may change hopefully since, recently, Nigeria state governors convened a meeting aimed at recommending to presidency measures for mitigating many of our security difficulties. I was glad to see that among their top recommendations was the creation of Border Security Force. Hopefully Nigeria will be able to close the borders much more effectively. Nigeria needs to keep Ghanaians, Malians, Chadian, Nigeriens and others out.
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by ogwumgbe: 2:57am On May 05
Blue3k:


I'd be interested in the numbers of shops that were closed owned by other nationalities. I just hear about Nigeria since that's all thats reported. Is it that others really come with A million dollars or do they simply ignore the others law breakers. The law itself doesn't violate any ecowas protocol. If it does cite it.



If they're in Nigeria illegally why haven't they been deported. What does NIS exist for? How is that possible for them to "become citizens and enjoy all privileges" if the government was enforcing the laws on the books? Incompetence and corruption is the federal government problem.

It's Nigeria's kind hearted gesture towards Africans and not NIS problem. We love them as one but they hate Nigeria so much especially that Ghana, all they wish Nigeria is to crumble upon all that Nigeria has done for them including nurturing and developing their useless Ghallywood. I think may be they have not forgiven Nigeria because Ghana must go

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by Litmus: 3:23am On May 05
ogwumgbe:


It's Nigeria's kind hearted gesture towards Africans and not NIS problem. We love them as one but they hate Nigeria so much especially that Ghana, all they wish Nigeria is to crumble upon all that Nigeria has done for them including nurturing and developing their useless Ghallywood. I think may be they have not forgiven Nigeria because Ghana must go


Stuff their forgiving, what cheek. For your info, Ghanaians have always suffered from this Coonish Django Stephen need to please foreign audiences at the expense of Nigerians knowing that Nigerians are too kind to bite back. I recall that Ghanaian fella, Wodemya, whom Nigerians so love - always picking on Nigeria, when he finds himself violated by various African immigration officials, during his travels. Instead of calling out the various African countries for the corrupt shitholes that they are, he’ll instead be shouting, ‘Nigeria stop giving West Africa bad names!’ He ones tried having a verbal go at South Africa and the South Africans gave him short shrift and he has not since dared.

Anyway, like I stated at the outset, they've been long at it, forget all that Ghana must go excuses. Just listen to the silly Ghanaian girl here:




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=840XWjnt9wc
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by ojuu4u(m): 3:26am On May 05
foreign policy under bubu is zero , I trust obasanjo no African leaders dere imagine maltreating Nigeria citizen during his reign.

the kind of father one have determines the kind of treatment one will be receiving by neighbors
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by ogwumgbe: 3:39am On May 05
Litmus:



Stuff their forgiving, what cheek. For your info, Ghanaians have always suffered from this Coonish Django Stephen need to please foreign audiences at the expense of Nigerians knowing that Nigerians are too kind to bite back. I recall that Ghanaian fella, Wodemya, whom Nigerians so love - always picking on Nigeria, when he finds himself violated by various African immigration officials, during his travels. Instead of calling out the various African countries for the corrupt shitholes that they are, he’ll instead be shouting, ‘Nigeria stop giving West Africa bad names!’ He ones tried having a verbal go at South Africa and the South Africans gave him short shrift and he has not since dared.

Anyway, like I stated at the outset, they've been long at it, forget all that Ghana must go excuses. Just listen to the silly Ghanaian girl here:




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=840XWjnt9wc




That country's hatred for Nigeria is incomparable. I see it as just pure envy. Even in diaspora, they can't do without Nigerians yet hate Nigeria with passion

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by ZooOga: 3:59am On May 05

Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by heniford2: 5:13am On May 05
vengertime:
And I have a Ghanaian that owns a restaurant in my street.

Tomorrow I will mobilise guys to go ask am to close shop until further notice.

No one has monopoly of wickedness
can you give us the address please so we can come and eat there efuleful food on a serious Note Ghana is useless but buhari is more Uselessly, just hold on guys after Rain comes sun it will get better one day

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by heniford2: 5:18am On May 05
Swanzi:


You don’t have the requisite legal backing to do what ur doing the best u can do is to report to the appropriate quarters for redress not to take the law into ur hands.
we are the law know in Nigeriagrin our judiciary are on strike so

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