The 200 and forty-five (245) Ghanaians living in Kuwait ‘unlawfully’ are required to show up today at the Kotoka International Airport. These Ghanaians will show up through an uncommon prattled trip at the expense of the Kuwait government. The deportees might not have the benefit of accepting the glow of their families or companions when they show up because of certain severe conventions government has taken in the wake of COVID-19, to shorten an importation and spread of the infection.
In accordance with this plan by the Kuwait government, the Government of Ghana has conceded a unique grant for the confirmation of these deportees into the nation. This unique license impermanent opens the air terminal for the selective confirmation of these Ghanaian deportees.
Upon appearance all the 245 deportees will be obligatory isolated for 14 days, and tried for the novel coronavirus, Minister for Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has said. Each one of the individuals who may test positive for the infection, per the conventions will be detached and treated whiles those that test negative will be isolated for approximately barely any more days for a subsequent test to demonstrate they have in reality not gotten the infection. Cost of their settlement and treatment will all be borne by government.
Be that as it may, the deportees will remain stay in the guardianship of the state, as the migration law recommends for additional examinations concerning conditions of their unlawful remain in Kuwait.
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