Some 25 Ghanaians living in Germany aren't happy and can never be happy with the sad news handed over to them. The German government has officially written to the government of Ghana via the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration.
According to the German government, over 25 Ghanaians have been arrested for illegally entering and staying in their country. Per diplomatic rules, the German government will put all of them in a chartered flight and deport them at the Kotoka International Airport by 30th November, 2021.
This was an unexpected news to the illegal migrants because their aim was to stay in Germany for greener pastures. The German government has assured the funding of all the deportation process. They have assured the deportees of accurate security and care.
They have promised to give each of them a single use nose mask and a Police guard until they arrive safely at Kotoka International Airport.
Well, its sad for the German burgers but a good news to Ghana because our labor force will increase by 25 as production continues. The momo tax ialso awaits.
Check out the official document as released by the German government on their Diplomacy and Foreign Affairs website.
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