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Ongoing Harrasment of Nigerian Traders in Ghana Unacceptable, Violation of ECOWAS Protocol–PAN

Jude Johnson The Progressive Ambassadors of Nigeria (PAN) has condemned the ongoing harassment, emotional torture and clear case of xenophobic attacks being metering to lawful Nigerian traders in Ghana by the host Government’s authorities (constituted Task Force) over the enforcement of Ghana Investment Promotion Act 2013. The Pan-Nigerian Sensitization, Advocacy and

VIDEO: Ghanian Policemen Harass Nigerian Businessman Over $1m Tax

Senator Iroegbu Videolink: https://youtu.be/gtRJuY945pU A team of Ghanian Policemen have forcefully shut a large shop belonging to a Nigerian businessman, in Accra, capital of Ghana. This is coming after less than two months a Ghanian demolished Nigerian High Commission building in Accra, sparking a mild diplomatic row. The policemen, in a video obtained

Why Africa Should Champion for an End to 401 Years of Injustice against Black Race–African American

Rashad McCrorey is from Harlem, New York in the United States of America (USA). The African American is the owner of Africa Cross-Culture, a tourism company which takes black Americans to different countries in Africa, these countries include Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria and Rwanda. He is also a freelance journalist

COVID-19: US Journalist Sets Up PR Firm to Build Africa-America Media Relation

•To improve Africa's economy through black Americans tourism Godsgift Onyedinefu Rashad McCrorey, a US-based Entrepreneur and Journalist has revealed plans to build a media relationship between Africa and Diasporan Africans in America with the establishment of a Public Relations (PR). He is currently on self-quarantine in Ghana being caught up by the

COVID-19: Africa is Safe…for Business, Says American Who Self-Quarantined in Ghana

•Highlights the impact of COVID 19 on international travellers •Aims to strengthen US-Africa cross-cultural relations  •To champion media partnership, more black American investment in Africa By Maureen Okpe The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is challenging the world, with no vaccine and limited medical capacity to treat the disease, and Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions (NPI) claiming center

Hard counter-terrorism lessons from the Sahel for West Africa’s coastal states

•The expansion of extremism shows the flaws in current strategies and the need to rethink regional responses. Lori-Anne Theroux-Benoni and Nadia Adam   Violent extremist groups are no longer confined to the Sahelian states of Mali, Niger, Burkina Faso, Mauritania and Chad. Their threat is spilling over into the northern regions of West

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