1. 41 Ghanaians in the US arrive in Ghana Some 41 Ghanaians who were in the United States (US) have arrived back in Ghana. They touched down earlier today (Saturday, June 6, 2020) at the Kotoko International Airport at around 9:20am. Citinewsroom reports that majority of them were students who went on an exchange program sponsored by the State Department of the US. The evacuees have since been checked into a hotel in Accra, as they begin a two-week mandatory quarantine. 2. Ernesto Yeboah arrested for leading
The opponent playing the Phobians in the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday have arrived safely. The team looks focus and determine to replicate what their friendly nation did to the Phobians. The whole of Ghana is now supporting the Phobians because of the Ghana identity. Their arch rivals went to the same competition last two season’s and never made a meaningful impact from Champions League to the Confederations Cup.
The evacuees have since been checked into a Faith hotel in Accra to start mandatory quarantine of peoples who has now arrival from united States of America (U.S.A). Some 40 Ghanaians who were in the United States (U.S.A) have arrived back in Ghana after Nana Akuffo Addo as our President open's the airline boarder for the rest of the Ghanaian to Enter into their Country. They arrival earlier on Saturday, June 6, 2020 at the Kotoko International Airport at around 9:40am,but not allowed to move to their veriou
There has been a trending Story going on virtually across all the social networks in Ghana, where an Airport Staff was caught stealing people's IPhones. It was gathered that this unidentified Man was caught with almost ten Phones that he already stole from Passengers traveling to their Destinations. According to the information gathered by a correspondent whose name was given as "KweseAmeh", who took to his personal facebook wall to post the pictures, stated that there is every tendency that the man has been
The Ghana Airports Company Limited, after a meeting with global carriers working in the nation, has conceded the usage of the "No Payment, No Entry" strategy for all in-bound travelers. The approach, which was to become effective on Tuesday, September 15, 2020, required all travelers to pay online for the mandatory COVID-19 test at Kotoka International Airport preceding loading up of their flight. After the crunch meeting, the GACL has conceded the usage of the strategy to Monday, September 21, and took
President of the National Union of Students in Russia says some Ghanaian students who just arrived in Ghana from the transcontinental country has reportedly tested positive for the locally transmitted coronavirus. About One Hundred and Twenty-Six (126) Ghanaians who were studying various programs in Russia arrived in the country on Wednesday, August 12, 2020, at the Kotoko International Airport. The President of the Russian Students Union Roland Abiti Addo confirmed the report in an interview on Campus Exclusive.
Please like comments and share Follow Ghanaians I come to your various home once again wait the major statement by H. E. Nana Addo. 1. Ghana continues to witness low hospitalisation and low death rates. 2. The number of active cases continues to be on the decline. 3. 1,059 active cases, 42,963 persons recovered, and 276 deaths. 4. Kotoko International Airport reopens on 1st September, 2020. 5. Any passenger who arrives in Ghana must have in possession a negative Covid-19 results. 6. Each passenger will be tested
A man reported to be a worker at the Kotoko International Airport has been caught in the act stealing 10 iPhones belonging to travelers. A man who’s name is yet to be known has been reportedly court for stealing items belonging to travelers who use the Airport. watch Video https://www.facebook.com/KwameAporAziz/videos/684070972260368/?vh=e But his cup was full as he was caught with about 10 stolen iPhones hidden in his socks. In the video the man was seen bending to remove the stolen items from his left foot.