ECOWAS has called on protesters to be peaceful in conducting their protests.
The conference will provide an opportunity for exporters and importers within Africa to engage.
This comes as both countries have traded words over the closure of Nigerian-owned shops in Ghana.
Nigerian trading community in Ghana is under attack due to the crackdowns on Nigerian owned businesses.
Nigeria’s Minister of Trade is also in contact with his counterpart in Ghana over the situation.
The mutiny comes at a time when ECOWAS has been mediating with all the Malian parties.
ECOWAS countries would have to relegate the independence of their monetary authorities to a regional monetary body.
Since the creation of WTO, no African country has been appointed the DG of the organization.
ECOWAS has recommended the gradual re-opening of the borders of member states.
Over a billion people with 5 official working languages – Arabic, English, French, Portuguese and Swahili , will again celebrate Africa Day this year.