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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by rampantlover: 5:26am 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

No one gives a damn, he will come back to a better country free from terrorist attacks, kidnappings, rampant killings etc.
Unlike Nigerians who are reluctant to go back to the zoo republic because of what awaits them. Lol

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by Kirigidi(m): 5:30am On May 05
ecomalchemist:
Na bad leaders dey cause all this nonsens.

Ghana wey thier population no reachagos own.

Inukwa ?!!
Population of Ghana = 30.42 million (2019). Lagos State population = 14.86 million (2021). No room for ignorance, Google is there for you.

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by Ahmeduana(m): 5:30am On May 05
Is very easy, don't allow any goods or products manufactured in Ghana to enter Nigeria, place instant embargo on the 4kin country.
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by rampantlover: 5:31am On May 05
Biafranboys:
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

Lol do your worst, the problem with most of you Nigerians is that you are highly delusional and in denial of what your country has become. No one gives a damn about Nigeria, that joke of a country does not carry weight and it's a failed state. Ghana will punish you severely if you misbehave. Nigeria is a joke....Lol

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by rampantlover: 5:34am On May 05
Ahmeduana:
Is very easy, don't allow any goods or products manufactured in Ghana to enter Nigeria, place instant embargo on the 4kin country.

We will also do the same to that zoo ruled by fulani herdsmen and increase the punishment of nigerian traders in Ghana. Ewu, as small as Ghana is, it's the second largest economy in West Africa and the tenth in Africa. Nigeria is a failed state. Lol

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by Ahmeduana(m): 5:40am On May 05
rampantlover:


We will also do the same to that zoo ruled by fulani herdsmen and increase the punishment of nigerian traders in Ghana. Ewu, as small as Ghana is, it's the second largest economy in West Africa and the tenth in Africa. Nigeria is a failed state. Lol
Dan AKUYA, bring it on and let's who blink first.
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by maasoap(m): 5:51am On May 05
FLYFIRE:

May be you can edit to say WESTERN BORDERS because Northern borders HAVE NEVER BEEN CLOSED

If we ask you now to authenticate your claim, you will begin to stammer. All borders are closed, stop being a carrier of false information. If Northern borders are not closed, contraband goods would surely find its way to the south.
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by solaademolu: 6:22am On May 05
Reprisal, you remember GHANA MUST GO IN 80'S so let all Nigerians come home and let face this challenge in our fatherland together. NIGERIA MUST COME BACK HOME
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by Swanzi(m): 6:23am On May 05
heniford2:
we are the law know in Nigeriagrin our judiciary are on strike so


You mean the giant if Africa is now a banana republic ...
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by sharone21(f): 7:01am On May 05
Leave Ghana alone, enter CAMEROON with legitimate business NOT crime....Cameroonians have same LOVE and standard for/of education.

Cameroonians LOVE and APPRECIATE Nigerians. They see us as brothers and NOT as competitors.

Instead of Cameroonian to beef you, e go pally you by calling u sweet names just to be your friend and know/learn more.

Problem is, Nigerians know LITTLE about Cameroon.

There is constant light, peaceful environment but some places are cold to the extent that snow has fallen before @ Santa.
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by rampantlover: 7:10am 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
Senseless utterances from a dim wit, who wish Nigeria to crumble? Do you Nigerians even love and respect yourselves? Don't you people kill yourselves everyday? You are the architect of your own demise, no one cares about that zoo.

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by rampantlover: 7:12am On May 05
Ahmeduana:

Dan AKUYA, bring it on and let's who blink first.

Not a damn thing you can do. Foolish pride and empty egos
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by rampantlover: 7:16am On May 05
Use your energy to fight Buhari and his fulani herdsmen hoodlums. Ghana is a sovereign nation and we will do what the phuck we want. Go to hell...you closed your borders we closed shops. Lol they are suffering

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by ogwumgbe: 7:19am On May 05
rampantlover:

Senseless utterances from a dim wit, who wish Nigeria to crumble? Do you Nigerians even love and respect yourselves? Don't you people kill yourselves everyday? You are the architect of your own demise, no one cares about that zoo.

Leave us alone, We didn't invite you to meddle in our affairs. It's family problem and we know how to settle our differences neither do you have the right to call Nigeria a zoo because you are an alien and not invited. A Ghanian friend of mine told me how Nigeria sent relief to Ghana when they were dying of hunger but you people are so ungrateful to reward Nigeria evil for its good towards you. Get out from nairaland bro, the social.media is for Nigerians only, you have the right to form your own social media or do you want Nigeria to assist you to form cidisland as well?

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by UtuokeAlcoholic: 8:40am 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.
Those so called Nigerians are all criminals. They should be flushed out of Ghana. They carry their lawless mentality to other people's country.

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by PetroDolla2020: 9:43am On May 05
Sharaaaap and listen to good advice. You must be a kid, huh?

ogwumgbe:


Leave us alone, We didn't invite you to meddle in our affairs. It's family problem and we know how to settle our differences neither do you have the right to call Nigeria a zoo because you are an alien and not invited. A Ghanian friend of mine told me how Nigeria sent relief to Ghana when they were dying of hunger but you people are so ungrateful to reward Nigeria evil for its good towards you. Get out from nairaland bro, the social.media is for Nigerians only, you have the right to form your own social media or do you want Nigeria to assist you to form cidisland as well?

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by PetroDolla2020: 9:57am On May 05
What is this argument all about? Ghana has laws on foreigners doing business in their country. You comply or you are out. Nigerians, just like other foreigners, who failed to comply with Ghana’s laws have had their shops closed. It is as simple as that.

What is the hullabaloos all about? That Ghana has no right to enforce it’s laws.p? Do Ghanaians tell Nigeria how to enforce their laws? If you don’t want to comply with the law in another country, then stay in your country. This one no be fight now.

Nigerians who want to stay in Ghana and do legitimate business, will have to follow the laws in Ghana or they will be in very hot soup. Ghana and Ghanaians will no longer tolerate foreigners who think they can do what they like in their country and get away with it. You better remain in Nigeria. Nobody is begging you to come to Ghana. You came in your own, so why can’t you obey the laws of your host country?

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Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by DD29(m): 10:37am On May 05
Come Back Home And Enjoy One Nigeria
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by rampantlover: 10:53am On May 05
PetroDolla2020:
What is this argument all about? Ghana has laws on foreigners doing business in their country. You comply or you are out. Nigerians, just like other foreigners, who failed to comply with Ghana’s laws have had their shops closed. It is as simple as that.

What is the hullabaloos all about? That Ghana has no right to enforce it’s laws.p? Do Ghanaians tell Nigeria how to enforce their laws? If you don’t want to comply with the law in another country, then stay in your country. This one no be fight now.

Nigerians who want to stay in Ghana and do legitimate business, will have to follow the laws in Ghana or they will be in very hot soup. Ghana and Ghanaians will no longer tolerate foreigners who think they can do what they like in their country and get away with it. You better remain in Nigeria. Nobody is begging you to come to Ghana. You came in your own, so why can’t you obey the laws of your host country?

I just don't know how their brains work, their attitudes and mindset is a fair representation of the kind of leadership they are experiencing. Mumu people
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by rampantlover: 10:57am On May 05
ogwumgbe:


Leave us alone, We didn't invite you to meddle in our affairs. It's family problem and we know how to settle our differences neither do you have the right to call Nigeria a zoo because you are an alien and not invited. A Ghanian friend of mine told me how Nigeria sent relief to Ghana when they were dying of hunger but you people are so ungrateful to reward Nigeria evil for its good towards you. Get out from nairaland bro, the social.media is for Nigerians only, you have the right to form your own social media or do you want Nigeria to assist you to form cidisland as well?

Foolish and emotional utterances devoid of intelligence. You didn't shitttt for Ghana, do you even have enough to give? Be civilised when you are in foreign country and obey their laws and you will be fine. How difficult is that?
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by ogwumgbe: 11:05am On May 05
rampantlover:


Foolish and emotional utterances devoid of intelligence. You didn't shitttt for Ghana, do you even have enough to give? Be civilised when you are in foreign country and obey their laws and you will be fine. How difficult is that?

Xenophobia is your problem bro, no one broke your goddamn muthafucking inconsequential laws. They were eclipsing your businesses and out of pure jealousy and xenophobia you arbitrarily closed their shops. There are many Ghanaians living and doing businesses in Nigeria and no one disturbs them. You people
are too jealous and ungrateful to my liking
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by Swanzi(m): 12:32pm On May 05
ogwumgbe:


Xenophobia is your problem bro, no one broke your goddamn muthafucking inconsequential laws. They were eclipsing your businesses and out of pure jealousy and xenophobia you arbitrarily closed their shops. There are many Ghanaians living and doing businesses in Nigeria and no one disturbs them. You people
are too jealous and ungrateful to my liking

Guy why are u shouting it’s obvious laws were broken,how can following the laws of a country become arbitrary...? some other foreigners who obeyed the laws never had their shops closed you only see things in binary no wonder ur country is in a mess now.
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by ogwumgbe: 12:43pm On May 05
Swanzi:


Guy why are u shouting it’s obvious laws were broken,how can following the laws of a country become arbitrary...? some other foreigners who obeyed the laws never had their shops closed you only see things in binary no wonder ur country is in a mess now.
Then why refusing opening their shop s after collecting the 1 million? Mind you my country is not in a mess, we are only pulling our leader's legs to work harder ok,so stop believing the illusion that Nigeria is in a mess, Nigeria will never be in a mess bro, it's a haven of intellectuals both East, West, North and South. It's a collection of the most intelligent black race so it can't ever be in a mess bro
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by Swanzi(m): 12:52pm On May 05
ogwumgbe:

Then why refusing opening their shop s after collecting the 1 million? [/b]Mind you my country is not in a mess[b], we are only pulling our leader's legs to work harder ok,so stop believing the illusion that Nigeria is in a mess, Nigeria will never be in a mess bro, it's a haven of intellectuals both East, West, North and South. It's a collection of the most intelligent black race so it can't ever be in a mess bro

Clearly ur in state of denial...
Let’s end it here
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by Omodua(m): 2:31pm 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
supported. It takes two to a tango!
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by Omodua(m): 2:40pm On May 05
Blue3k:


Source: https://www.dailytrust.com.ng/5-months-after-bilateral-talks-nigerians-shops-remain-shut-in-ghana

I don't blame Ghana but our foreign policy options. It's not helping us. We are now being treated like a nation without focus.
This nonsense couldn't have happened under OBJ or Abacha.
In the meantime,Ghana businesses in Nigeria should be profiled and locked up until Nigerian businesses in Ghana are opened. Their alcoholic beverages should be stopped coming into our markets.
It's Tit for Tat!
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by mauriceju2(m): 10:27pm On May 05
that is why Igbos doing business in others part of Nigeria are afraid of separation
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by rampantlover: 4:55am On May 07
ogwumgbe:


Xenophobia is your problem bro, no one broke your goddamn muthafucking inconsequential laws. They were eclipsing your businesses and out of pure jealousy and xenophobia you arbitrarily closed their shops. There are many Ghanaians living and doing businesses in Nigeria and no one disturbs them. You people
are too jealous and ungrateful to my liking

You are a fool and now I know why a cattle rearer is your president. The laws relating to trade state categorically clear that retail business are only meant for Ghanaians but because Nigerians are lawless people you think can go to any foreign country and display your buffoonery. Who cares if there are Ghanaians in that failed state, if their activities contravene the rules of the land bring them to book. Ghana is not part of your country so you can't dictate to us.
Re: Nigerians' Shops Remain Shut In Ghana, Five Months After Bilateral Talks by ogwumgbe: 6:40am On May 07
rampantlover:


You are a fool and now I know why a cattle rearer is your president. The laws relating to trade state categorically clear that retail business are only meant for Ghanaians but because Nigerians are lawless people you think can go to any foreign country and display your buffoonery. Who cares if there are Ghanaians in that failed state, if their activities contravene the rules of the land bring them to book. Ghana is not part of your country so you can't dictate to us.

There's no president in your obscured country that can compare to the person you refereed to as cattle rearer you hypocrite. Who are you deceiving? Since your muthafucking archaic laws outlaws trade according to you. Why did you people rent shops for them to trade? Did they
take up the shops without paying for it? who rented the so called trading shops for them? And why did you suddenly wake up from your slumber to know that your paleolithic laws are against trading by foreigners? idiot. Jealous muthafucking stinking Ghanaian, don't ever in your illusion think that you can measure with Nigeria in anyway, you are irrelevant and a complete obscured country in West Africa, how many
people know about your useless country in the world? Look at this idiot insignificant slowpoke from a hidden country trying to measure with Nigeria, well keep dreaming bro, you can't measure with us in even in next five centuries, or do your useless brain now puff up because of twitter? idiot, low thinking monkey, what a disgrace and a slap to you by twittter to clearly state that though they site their Headquarter in Ghana yet their target is Nigeria market? common get lost you bingo

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