The online debate about xenophobia, one African country and foreigners was on the . This time it started after a post that made headlines in Ghana. The foreigners in Ghana had shops closed. The Ghana union of traders closed around 40 shops which belongs to foreigners. The union closed them because it says it is not permitted for foreigners to be engaged in such businesses.
The shops closing of 40 shops which belongs to foreigners in Ghana had t attract attention of South Africans who often speak that such things should be done in South Africa but instead they get named xenophobic and full of jealousy, and so the question that people asked was why is Ghana not named xenophobic for the things they did to African foreigner in th country. Just as South Africans are termed xenophobic for speaking against the foreigner who are getting into industry and being employed into sectors that they should not be employed into, is that not similar to the doings of this union of traders.
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