The Federal government has reacted to reports about the Nigerian traders in Ghana.
The Chairman, Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Abike Dabiri-Erewa reacted to the reports on behalf of the federal government.
Speaking on Channels Television, Erewa said the government is responding to the traders in Ghana.
Earlier, the traders have announced their desires to return home over attacks on their businesses.
She noted that the Nigerian government was not against their desires to return to the country adding that they must return to something meaningful.
However, Erewa stated that President Muhammadu Buhari has engaged his Ghanian counterpart over the issue.
Meanwhile, the Chairman said Nigerian businesses are not being attacked in Ghana because Buhari ordered the closure of Nigerian borders.
According to her, Nigeria has the option to take reciprocal actions over the treatment of Nigerian traders in Ghana.
Responding, a representative of the Nigerian community in Ghana, Isaac Ekhator said the Nigerian traders may not want to come back to Nigeria.
Ekhator advised the Minister of trade in Nigeria and other Stakeholders to find means of resolving the issues.