Information reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that twenty-two Ghanaians have been deported from Germany and the United Kingdom for going against the laws of the two counties.
According to charges leveled against them, they overstayed their permits and engaged in activities that contravene the laws of both host countries.
Seventeen Ghanaians deported from Germany arrived on a chartered flight CT3721 at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA), the Regional Command of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) has disclosed.
The deportees, all males aged between 21 to 60 years, were escorted by 67 Police officers including paramedics.
In a related development, the Home Office of the United Kingdom (UK) has also deported five Ghanaians who have overstayed their entry permits.
The five who also arrived with a chartered flight HFY221 were under 63 escorts including two paramedics, and one official from the High Commissioner as an observer.
The deportees who are aged between 26 to 60 years were working and schooling and have lived in the UK between five months and 10 years.
The GIS Commander at the Airport, Assistant Commissioner of Immigration (ACI) Edith Penelope Arhin, advised prospective travelers to always endeavor to travel with the requisite documents and visas.
The Asantehehene returned to Kumasi after weeks of touring the US to a rousing and grand welcome.
Arriving at the Kumasi Airport on Tuesday, September 24, 2019, Otumfuo was met by his paramount chiefs, politicians, and other prominent people in the Asante Kingdom.
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