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47 African nationals repatriated for engaging in illegal network market

The Ghana Immigration Service (GHS), has repatriated 47 African nationals for allegedly engaging in illegal Network Market (QNET).

This was captured in a statement following reports by the Ghanaian Times newspaper about a blame game between the Ghana Police Service and the Immigration Service concerning the whereabouts of the nationals in question.

In the statement, the Ghana Immigration Service explained that, they’ve been all repatriated to their various home countries on September 26, 27 and 29, 2022, respectively.

“Twenty-seven (27) African nationals were arrested at Ekyem and Akokoamong, near the Ejisu in the Ashanti Region by the Ejisu Municipal Immigration Command on 25th September 2022, for allegedly engaging in illegal Network Market (QNET) and were subsequently referred to the Ashanti Regional Command for further actions. They were repatriated to their various home countries on 26th and 27th September 2022.”

“Twenty (20) African Nationals were also arrested at Achiase, near Ejisu, by the Formed Police Unit (FPU) of the Ashanti Regional Police Command. They were repatriated to their various home countries on 29th September 2022″.

 

 

Read below the Comptroller-General’s statement

THE COMPTROLLER-GENERAL

GHANA IMMIGRATION SERVICE

ACCRA

 

ATTN:  DEPUTY COMPTROLLER-GENERAL/OPS

 

REPORT ON ARREST AND REPATRIATION OF FORTY-SEVEN (47) AFRICAN NATIONALS

Twenty-seven (27) African Nationals were arrested at Ekyem and Akokoamong, near the Ejisu in the Ashanti Region by the Ejisu Municipal Immigration Command on 25th September 2022, for allegedly engaging in illegal Network Market (QNET) and were subsequently referred to the Ashanti Regional Command for further actions. They were repatriated to their various home countries on 26th and 27th September 2022.

Twenty (20) African Nationals were arrested at Achiase, near Ejisu, by the Formed Police Unit (FPU) of the Ashanti Regional Police Command for allegedly engaging in illegal Network Market (QNET) and were subsequently referred to the Ashanti Regional Command for further actions. They were repatriated to their various home countries on 29th September, 2022.

Below is the break down;

 

DATE NATIONALITY NO OF EXPATRIATES REPATRIATION THROUGH
26TH SEPT. 2022 BURKINABES 6 HAMILE
26TH SEPT. 2022 SENEGALESE 5 HAMILE
27TH SEPT. 2022 CAMEROONIANS 16 AFLAO
29TH SEPT. 2022 CAMEROONIANS 17 AFLAO
29TH SEPT. 2022  CHADIANS 2 AFLAO
29TH SEPT.2022 CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC 1 AFALO
 TOTAL 47

Submitted for your attention, Sir.

 

SIGNED

CHARLES YAW BEDIAKO (DCOI)

REGIONAL COMMANDER

 

 

 

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