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Checkout The Real Meaning Of "Ghana Must Go", Is Not Bag.

In 1983, Nigeria expelled two million undocumented West Africa migrants, half of whom were from Ghana. The sturdy checked bag into which they packed their belongings have become a symbol of excullusion and intolerance.

its similar to what happened in South Africa last year where the South Africans are killing the Nigerians. This similar thing happened back then in 1983 where by the Nigerians are singing a song if fight saying "Ghana Must Go, Ghana Must Go", this was because the Nigerians believe the Ghanaians are too much in Nigeria and that they are causing unemployment to the nation.

This made the Ghanaian pack all their bag and belongings and leave Nigeria back then in 1983 during the regime of Shehu Shagari.

Note: The bag with which the Ghanaians use in packing their clothe is the sack we call "Ghana must go" today.

Now today, there is peace and no more fight between Ghanaians and Nigerians. One love.

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