in ,

Seventeen Ghanaians Deported from Germany, Here’s Why

Some seventeen Ghanaians have been deported from Germany and have arrived in the country.

Seventeen Ghanaians deported from Germany, here’s why

They arrived on a chartered flight CT3721 at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA).

ALSO READ:  Made in Germany: Cameroon Presidential Poll Materials Ready

The Regional Command of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) made the revelation while they arrived in the country.

According to the service, the 17 deportees who had stayed in German between three and 10 years arrived with 15 persons using Travel Certificates (TC) issued by Ghanaian Embassy in Berlin while the two others used their Ghanaian passports.

ALSO READ:  Lawsuit Against Germany over Namibian Genocide is Dismissed in New York, United States

The deportees all males aged between 21 to 60 years were escorted by 67 Police officers, including paramedics.

The GIS noted that they were deported for immigration-related issues such as overstaying their entry permit and illegal stay.

Ten of the deportees are from the Ashanti Region, five from Greater Accra, and one each from Bono and the Northern Regions.


Written by How Africa

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

16 + three =

The Mystery Behind ‘Black Africans with Blue Eyes’

Kenyans Might Soon Pay for Clearance to Own Facebook, WhatsApp Groups

Back to Top