Ghanaians react to news of Immigration officials taking Chinese lessons

Ghanaians react to news of Immigration officials taking Chinese lessons

News of Immigration officers taking Chinese lessons has not gone down well with some Ghanaians.

The reason for the decision to take the lesson, YEN.com.gh understands, is to help with communication with Chinese nationals who visit Ghana.

The Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) has disclosed that there is a growing number of Chinese in Ghana.

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Comptroller-General of GIS, Kwame Asuah-Takyi Source: myjoyonline.com
Source: UGC

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This has made it necessary to equip its officers with the language, so that communication is easier.

According to the GIS, the move will also help with communication in instances where issues of national security are discussed.

The new development has not come as exciting news to some Ghanaians, who have expressed their opinions on social media:

To Brobbey, this is simply rubbish.

Bryte wondered why the Chinese don't learn English instead.

Bortey also wondered when we were going to wake up as a country.

Quartey also asked if the Chinese Immigration service has started taking Twi and Ga lessons.

Etse agreed, asking why the Chinese don't learn English instead?

Tobinyale also wondered when Ghana became a Chinese colony.

And Kyekyeku predicted that China will buy Africa in 10 years time.

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