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Any US Soldier Who Comes To Ghana Does Not Need A Visa. All They Need Is An ID Card - Kwesi Pratt

The veteran journalist and the Managing Editor of the Insight Newspaper, Uncle Kwesi Pratt Junior, has revealed that the government of Ghana has signed an agreement with the United States of America, which gives the US Army exclusive asses to terminal one at Kotoka International Airport. According to him, any US soldier who comes to Ghana does not need a visa. All they need is an ID card.

Kwesi Pratt made this revelation on 'Good Morning Africa' on Pan Africa television this morning when he bemoaned the encroachment of foreign powers on Africa.

According to Kwesi Pratt Junior, the Accra International Airport has three terminals, and the government of Ghana has decided that terminal one should be for the exclusive use of the US Army.

Kwesi Pratt asked why the government of Ghana has decided that one of our three terminals should be for the exclusive use of the US Army?

"As we speak, Ghana is hosting a US military base for US military operations across West Africa. Look at the agreement we have signed with the US, the insults. We've signed an agreement which States that if US troops comes to Ghana and destroys the property of Ghanaians, and kill Ghanaians and so on, Ghanaians cannot go to court and claim compensation. What is this servitude?"

Kwesi Pratt revealed that the government of Ghana signed an agreement with the United States of America, which gives US soldiers more privileges than diplomats like Ambassadors and High Commissioners.

"The agreement simply says that any US soldier who comes to Ghana does not need a visa. All the need to show is an ID card at the point of entry. They cannot be searched on entry and they cannot be searched on departure."

Kwesi Pratt bemoaned how can we develop as a country and a continent if we continue to enter into such agreements with foreign countries.

He added that what is surprising to him is that all this happened right under the noise of the so-called African Union, which didn't even cough about this blatant attempt by foreign powers to subvert African nations.

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