200 and twenty-four Ghanaians have shown up in Ghana from the UK as a feature of the administration’s endeavors to clear Ghanaians abandoned abroad in light of the novel coronavirus.
They were checked in by the Ghana Immigration Service work force and wellbeing officials.
The returnees had consented to take care of for lodging tabs and their flight.
The administration’s pre-condition for departure was that the abandoned residents bear the full expense of their 14-day obligatory isolate when they show up in the nation.
These appearances will be isolated at the Airport View Hotel, Alisa Hotel and Marriot Hotel.
Remain at the Airport View Hotel is costing GHS500 every night, Alisa Hotel going for GHS600 per night and Marriot Hotel going for GHS600 per night.
A second group of Ghanaians from the UK is required to show up this Sunday.
The administration has shown it has so far emptied 856 abandoned Ghanaians back to Ghana.
Additionally, 245 Ghanaians were expelled from Kuwait and permitted into the nation by the Government.
The administration has shown that the Ghanaians abandoned abroad will be tended to in stages.
The administration’s pre-condition for clearing is, nonetheless, a wellspring of worry for a portion of the Ghanaians abroad who have portrayed them as over the top.
Some state they can’t bear the cost of the expenses of isolate in light of the fact that they have come up short on cash.
The Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration reacted to the worries saying discussions were progressing with the end goal of decreasing the expenses.