Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo has mentioned the nation will overview its $ 1 million overseas fairness requirement, which has induced fractures between Ghanaian and Nigerian merchants working in Ghana. He made the promise throughout the go to of the speaker of the home of representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila.
The $ 1 million overseas change requirement is for the registration of the Ghana Promotion Funding Council (GIPC). The nation mentioned no foreigner ought to run a enterprise in Ghana with out the requirement.
However the Ghanaian authorities will now overview the requirement to activate pleasant enterprise relations between Nigerians and Ghanaians, a press release signed by the Home spokesman for the representatives, Benjamin Kalu, disclosed.
The assertion quotes Akufo-Addo, “I believe the way in which ahead, which is admittedly what issues in conditions like this, which is usually recommended, one which I discover very acceptable, is a Nigeria-Ghana enterprise adviser who oversees on commerce and funding points between our two international locations, could be lengthy.
“The time has come for us to take these worthwhile steps.” I advised to Mr. President (Muhammadu Buhari) that will probably be a good suggestion to arrange a joint ministerial committee by the 2 events which might be in command of pasting the issues of Ghana and Nigeria, referring to the 2 presidents always, and that’s how they need to be resolved.
“I hope that once I see you (Buhari) on Monday for the ECOWAS summit, we are able to advance these discussions and attain a last conclusion. The best way you your self have come to this matter could be very satisfying and requires our assist.
“The overview you ask, why not? If it really works in our mutual views, we are able to take it with no consideration that your query might be taken significantly. We’ll look into it.” The assertion quoted Akufo-Addo as saying.
It was collectively agreed that, “measures might be taken to assist law-abiding merchants to correctly regularize their buying and selling operations to alleviate the buying and selling challenges posed by the alleged closure of retail shops.”