- A Ghanaian woman has been reportedly manhandled and deported from Germany
- Comfort Nnakenebe explained that it was after she had stepped out to look for a job in the country
- She added that efforts to seek justice in Ghana have also proven futile
A Ghanaian woman, Comfort Nnakenebe, has shed light on her traumatic experience with German security officials, even though she was pregnant.
According to her, she was forcefully handcuffed, dragged out of her house and deported from Germany.
This, she explained, was because she went out looking for work to do in the country.
Speaking on Adom FM’s Midday News, she revealed she was manhandled by the German police even in her pregnant state, which is very unfair, and hence wants justice to prevail.
“I was beaten to the extent that I collapsed and was rushed to the hospital. For 3 weeks, I was given anti-psychotic and anti-depressant drugs because they claimed my pass out could make me mad,” she revealed.
Nnakenebe further disclosed that little daughter was no exception from the maltreatment she suffered.
“My little daughter was handcuffed because she was trying to defend her mother. She was harshly treated without mercy,” she added.
She went ahead to say that all efforts to seek justice on her arrival in Ghana have also proved futile.
The police and the immigration office, she said, failed to listen to her, and have asked her to stop speaking, as they know what to do.
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