Once more, 25 Nigerians captured for entering Ghana through unapproved courses

 

The outsiders, which included 24 guys and one female and matured somewhere in the range of 19 and 26 years, neglected to give any purpose behind their unlawful section.

 

Authorities of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) in the South Tongu District of the Volta Region have captured 25 Nigerians for supposedly entering the nation through unapproved courses.

The settlers, which included 24 guys and one female and matured somewhere in the range of 19 and 26 years, neglected to give any purpose behind their unlawful passage.

Boss Superintendent Shradrach Azangweo, the District Commander of GIS, told the Ghana News Agency that the illicit workers had been moved to the Aflao Command to aid examinations.

He said in accordance with the COVID-19 conventions, the foreigners were screened to decide their COVID-19 status and were probably going to be alluded to Port Health at Aflao.

He said he anticipated that the 25 outsiders should be repatriated soon.

Mr Azangweo cautioned all drivers and “Okada” riders to cease from helping outsiders to enter the nation through unlawful intends to guarantee that the explanations behind the conclusion of the fringes were accomplished.

“We will exhort the overall population and drivers to help in this battle since the COVID-19 numbers continue expanding; simply report any outsider to the Immigration officials,” he said. He cautioned that any individual who encouraged the passage into the nation of an outsider would be indicted.