Man asked to pay GHc 85 to avoid joining queue at passport office

Man asked to pay GHc 85 to avoid joining queue at passport office

- Patrick Kwabena Stephenson, a gentleman in Ghana who has been at the passport office recently has disclosed how he was dealt with

- According to him, he was given the option to wait in a queue or pay a token of GHc 85 to be served instantly

- A lady came out to explain that this service may not be as bad as it sounds because it is normal for people to pay for convenience

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A young man in Ghana called Patrick Kwabena Stephenson has narrated how he was asked to pay GHc 85 to avoid joining a queue when he went to the passport office.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his personal Twitter handle, @patrickkwabena, he explained that one of the officials indicated it was a VIP service for anyone who would not prefer to wait in the queue.

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Although it was described to be a 'small fee', Kwabena said he declined the offer but was still able to get attended to in just a matter of 10 minutes.

See the post below:

Patrick Kwabena Stephenson conjectured that the system that operates at the passport office is a really nice one and he did not understand why there should be such a bypass.

However, it is thinkable that the passport office decided to introduce the VIP service as a means of generating some extra income from anyone who would like to get sorted quickly.

As a lady with the handle, @ABYalley explained:

This is not necessarily protocoling. It is just paying for express service which the UK embassy does. People always want convenience, so it is not necessarily bad.

Gentleman reportedly asked to pay GHc 85 to avoid joining queue at passport office

Gentleman reportedly asked to pay GHc 85 to avoid joining queue at passport office Credit: Twitter, @patrickkwabena; Graphic.com.gh
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In an interview with Deloris Frimpong Manso on Delay TV monitored by YEN.com.gh, Kumkum indicated that she simply got married to get revenge on her former boyfriend.

According to Kumkum, her boyfriend cheated on her with a friend of hers, for which reason she decided to hurriedly tie the knot with another person by way of getting back at the cheater.

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