The President of the Nigeria Union of Traders Association (NUTAG), Mr Chwukuemeka Nnaji, has said he is ready to die to protect his shop as well as several others belonging to Nigerians from being closed by members of the Abossey Okai Spare Parts Dealers Association.
It follows the closure of 150 Nigerian shops at Abossey Okai in Accra on Wednesday, 29 July 2020.
Mr Nnaji told Class News in an interview that: “I think enough is enough, we are not going to take it anymore”.
“As the national President of [NUTAG], I’m commanding Nigerians to defend themselves from anybody, from any GUTA or any association. We are here legally. Travelling or migration is not a crime”, he said, adding: “And I’m saying it on top of my voice because there are a lot of millions of Ghanaians living in Nigeria, doing businesses and nobody is challenging them”.
“Why are they closing our shops every day?” he asked.
“They have no right to do that. I’m ready now to die because ‘all die is die’. I’m going to die now”, he fumed.
“Let them come and kill me. This must stop. I’ve been here for over 25 years and I’m ready now to face them. Where are they? Let them come”, he dared.
Source: Hello Fm