The Ghana Union of Traders Affiliation (GUTA) says it is disappointed in President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo about his phone to its customers to work out restraint in dealing with foreigners in the retail small business in Ghana.
President Akufo-Addo as element of his tour of the Increased Accra Region encouraged GUTA customers who shut about 600 stores belonging to international traders at Kwame Nkrumah Circle not to just take the regulation into their possess fingers.
While Nana Akufo-Addo admitted that the members and leadership of GUTA have a real concern, he said “it is the State that interprets how the regulations should really be applied”
“People simply cannot acquire the law into their individual fingers and purportedly seek to implement it. If we tread on that line, Ghana will come to be ungovernable,” he indicated.
Responding the opinions, GUTA mentioned the President’s text ought to replicate his actions, and that he has to choose motion by allowing for regulation enforcement agencies deal with the international vendors.
“We are let down in President Akufo-Addo due to the fact this is not the initial time we are meeting with him more than this very same issue,” Public Relation Officer for GUTA, Albert Mensah, explained to Onua FM.
“At a position, the president instructed the Trade Minister Hon. Alan Kyeremateng to established up a compliance staff to spearhead the shift in guaranteeing that the GIPC Act is enforced, but what has happened?,” he questioned
Mr Mensah further more reiterated the association’s simply call on federal government to empower the stability organizations in applying the Ghana Expense Advertising Centre (GIPC) Act 2013 (Act 865), which seeks to guard retail business solely for Ghanaians.
By Maxwell Otoo|3information.com|Ghana