Ghana's Embassy in Washington DC is the worst representation of the country - International student laments

Ghana's Embassy in Washington DC is the worst representation of the country - International student laments

- A Ghanaian student in the USA has decried the lackadaisical attitude of the workers at the Ghanaian Embassy in Washington DC

- According to her, the Ghanaian Embassy in Washington DC is the worst representation of the country

- She recounted how it was a difficult hurdle to cross when she tried to reach the embassy

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A Ghanaian student in the USA has decried the lackadaisical attitude of the workers at the Ghanaian Embassy in Washington DC.

The whistleblower, who revealed such information on grounds of anonymity, also stated the unresponsive nature of the Embassy when concerns are tabled to them.

According to her, the Ghanaian Embassy in Washington DC is the worst representation of the country.

She recounted how it was a difficult hurdle to cross when she tried to reach the embassy before the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ghanaian student in Washington laments on poor services rendered by Ghanaian Embassy

Washigton DC Ghanain Embassy office Source: UGC
Source: UGC

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"Reaching them was a full time job. You call, they don't pick up. You email, no response. I haven't received a response to an email I sent last year," she said

She again stated that even with the evacuation of Ghanaians, little information has been shared for the interested parties to know.

How much they have to pay to be evacuated has not yet been communicated by the Embassy.

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In other news, the Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) has revealed that inflation for locally-produced goods has surged to 14.1% in May 2020.

YEN.com.gh understands that this is the highest level it has reached since the rebasing of the calculation for Ghana’s inflation in August 2019.

The GSS noted that this was the result of a fall in imports since March 2019, when the government banned international travel in a bid to contain the spread of COVID-19.

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