Foreigners are always encouraged to apply properly for their legal travelling documents before they set off from their home countries.
These foreigners are described as illegal immigrants when they use wrongful or unlawful routes to get to their desired destinations.
TV3 Ghana has posted a picture of illegal immigrants on its heavily followed social media platform. According to the media station, the illegal immigrants numbering 21, were arrested at Ejisu in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.
What does the law say about illegal immigration? How can illegal immigrants be discouraged from planning to find their way into Ghana?
What is the work of the Ghana Immigration Service? Are the country's borders doing well in the fight against these illegal immigrants?
TV3's post has attracted massive reactions from the length and width of the country as many Ghanaians have applauded the Ghana Police Service for clamping down on the 21 illegal immigrants.
What are your thoughts on the ongoing discussion?
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