Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail 8K If You Like This Article Kindly Give Us A Share! Despite the idiotic nature of many black women that allows them to continuously buy hair weaves and wigs to emulate the features of nonblack women, it seems a deeper crisis is now upon Ghanaians and Nigerians. A Nigerian hair retailer was recently chased out of Ghana Priceless Hair is a Nigerian hair production company founded by Nigerian entrepreneur Dr. Chi. More Articles You Would Love Extraordinary Ways to tell Dad He’s So Special This Year! Why Nana Frema’s Majestic Birthday Shoot From Last Week Is Still Ringing Fashion Bells She is allegedly the main supplier to most of their hair retailers in Ghana’s largest trading market Makalo. According to one wig buyer, Priceless Hair sells hair for roughly about 300-500ghana cedis which is roughly $20-$40, however, the retailers in Makala, Ghana supposedly sell the same hair for 2000ghana cedis which is roughly $170. Making a whopping $100 and more profit from each wig. Clients in Ghana have been furious about these market prices looking for alternative means and even purchasing wigs online. Dr. Chi of Priceless Hair (probably by public demand) decided to host a wig fair by the name of Ghana Wig Fair in Ghana Accra, at the Page Center scheduled for the 1st of May. 100s of Ghanaians were looking forward to purchasing wigs but unfortunately, things didn’t go as planned. Retailers from Makola stormed the event and fought Dr. Chi and her team out. They arrived with police as well as prejudiced sign boards against Nigerians. The signs read chants such as “Go Back To Your Country”, “You Can’t Crash Ghana”, “No Way For Foreign Retailers” and so forth. The wig fair was brought to a halt, with many potential clients furious about the acts of the Ghanaian market retailers who strategically used racial tension to chase away a competitor. Dr.Chi and her colleagues made their way back to Nigeria the following day and recorded this video of their physical attacked whilst boarding the place. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Priceless Dr. Chi (@pricelesshairs) According to the Priceless Hair page, over 6,000 people trooped in looking to purchase from the Ghana Wig Fair. Dr. Chi understood the scenario wasn’t a Ghanaian verses Nigerian matter and showed appreciation to her Ghanaian buyers. She took to Instagram to keep her followers updated with the debacle and wrote… “I love you all….. I feel bad I won’t lie, but honestly it’s mixed emotions cos I have never ever seen people fight for another person like this in my entire life, so for some reason I feel special. I am happy my women were very very peaceful. No one was hurt. The wholesale fair tomorrow too has been canceled, I am not interested in any negotiations that involve forcing me to give them our market and have them sell to you guys at 20 times the price.” View this post on Instagram A post shared by Priceless Dr. Chi (@pricelesshairs) The situation is unfortunate, and like all aspects of history, racism, nationalism, or prejudice is never really an issue asides the underlying factor. In this case, Ghanaian female retailers witnessed someone who was capable of crashing their business and looked for the first line of defense which was the fact Dr. Chi was Nigerian. Had it been someone from outside of Accra but in Ghana, there would have been another justification. However, the scenario is more despicable in the timeline of history, that the acknowledgment of Ghanaians battling Nigerians on social media for the fact of trying to look like Europeans. Paying their hard-earned money in the midst of difficult economic restraints to buy hair that grows on some Vietnam girl, or even boy, possibly even a man!? Isn’t that embarrassing and an insult to us as a people across the world? Considering the beautiful nature of our own hair? It is not so far-fetched from Africans fighting each other for the better bleaching cream. Read More Like This On Ghana Celebrity Watch UPCOMING TOP EVENTS! VIEW ALL EVENTSAFRICAS BIGGEST FASHION WEEK IS HERE!Click Here To Submit stories Email: [email protected] or HashTag #FashionGHANA Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail FashionGHANA Admin FashionGHANA.com is a Fashion PR Company, Events planning & management team as well as Africa's leading Fashion Media House. Get Intouch with us and let's see how we can help you grow. info@FashionGHANAcom More For You VIDEO: Google Gemini AI Diversity Faces Backlash From Whites Claiming It Is Racist!... 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