NUTAG Workers Appeals To Govt Over Shops Closure
The Concern Citizens of Freedom and Justice who are Ghanaian workers who are working with the various Nigerian’s and other foreign traders in Ghana have expressed worries and disappointment in the closure of foreign national shops.
The group numbering about 1000 Ghanaians are displeased with the attitude of the Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA) taking the laws into their hands to lock their employers shops.
The Ghanaians Traders and Nigeria traders for some past months have been engaged in serious exchanges and attacks over the legitimacy of foreign traders engaging in retail business in Ghana.
But speaking at a press conference at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle in Accra, the PRO for the group, Dr Emmanuel Sosu added that, the comments from the President on the impasse is unfortunate since the president’s comment was rather igniting the fight.
He there appealed to government to intervene in the closure of their employers shops to allow them also get back to work since the Christmas is approaching.
Dr Sosu also called on the president to call GUTA to order since they have been engaging in act of lawlessness which is against Ghana’s constitutions but if the president fails to intervene, they will match to the Jubilee House.