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245 deported Ghanaians arrive at KIA in Kuwaiti aircraft

The 245 Ghanaians illegally living in Kuwait who're predicted to be deported lower back to Ghana nowadays have arrived at Terminal three of the Kotoka International Airport on a Kuwaiti aircraft.


Starr News assets on the airport say the deportees arrived a quick while in the past and are present process arrival methods.

Ghana’s Information Minister Kojo Oppong Nkrumah revealed the information in their coming on Friday at a press convention in Accra.

The Ghanaian nationals are coming regardless of the closure of Ghana’s borders in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

“The Government of Kuwait has knowledgeable the Government of Ghana of an purpose to deport some 245 Ghanaians who're currently in Kuwait illegally. The Government of Kuwait has further requested permission from the Government of Ghana to bring these persons into the Ghanaian jurisdiction on Saturday thirtieth May 2020.

“The Government of Ghana has in the end granted a special permit for the admission of the said deportees to Ghana. This deportation is to be performed thru a special constitution flight association on the cost of the Kuwaiti Government,” the Information Minister stated.

He said the deportees will under the diverse protection protocols earlier than they reintegrate with their households.

“The deportees can be mandatorily quarantined and tested for COVID-19 right now upon arrival into Ghana. Deportees who test terrible will remain in quarantine for a second take a look at on the quit of the 14-day quarantine period”.

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