President Akufo-Addo has respected strain to clear Ghanaians abandoned abroad since conclusion of the nation’s fringes on March 21.
In his tenth location to the country since the flare-up of the Covid-19 pandemic, Akufo-Addo said “extraordinary administration will be given for their departure back to Ghana.”
“They will be exposed to the required isolate and security conventions [on their appearance in the country,] he said the Sunday evening address.
Empty Ghanaians abandoned abroad
Be that as it may, the nation’s air, land and ocean outskirts stay shut to general human traffic until further notification, the president noted.
This is to forestall the importation of the coronavirus into the nation.
The news should come as a help to any semblance of Rapper, Sarkodie, who is stuck in the US and has been pushing for a window to be given to residents to get back.
“Would we be able to open the fringes for at any rate a day or two in the middle of times for residents adhered outside to get back pls” Sarkodie composed on Twitter over a month prior.
Mr president @NAkufoAddo you’ve done so well with how you dealing with this pandemic , we value your exertion But please would we be able to open the guests for in any event daily or two in the middle of time for residents adhered outside to get back please.
From that point forward, Ranking Member on Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee Sam Okudzeto Ablakwa has propelled a campaign for Ghanaians abroad to be emptied.
The MP recently approached the administration to clear Ghanaians in Wuhan, China when the infection was first found.
In a post on May 5, the blunt administrator said “I advance to President Akufo-Addo to allow our kindred residents a tight window of return and be isolated.”
The legislature kept up it was counseling and assembling information on Ghanaians abroad to advise its choice.
Recognizing the clearing notice, Mr. Ablakwa stated: “I am happy President Akufo-Addo has at long last given the green light for the clearing of abandoned Ghanaians as I have since a long time ago supported.” “Government should consistently be receptive to the predicament of residents,” he included.