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Stop Deporting Arrested Foreigners, Jail Them In Ghana – Gabby Otchere Darko

Stop Deporting Arrested Foreigners, Jail Them In Ghana – Gabby Otchere Darko

Gabby Otchere Darko happens to be the Cousin of President Nana Akufo. Mr Gabby who calls most of the shot on the Akufo Addo led government has said foreigners who are arrested for engaging in illegalities in Ghana should be arrested and be made to face the laws in the country.

He said these persons should not be quick to be deported after being arrested because Ghanaians who are arrested in foreign lands are imprisoned in those countries

“We should not be quick to deport foreigners who break our laws. If a citizen would be imprisoned for a similar offence then first prosecute and imprison the convicted foreigner before deporting him after serving his sentence. They cannot be treated better than us,” he said in a tweet.

His play-by-play come thereafter 19 Burkina Faso subjects were arrested on the Gwollu stretch, about 807 km from the public capital Accra and deported.
The settlers comprising 13 males and six women were seized while onboard a Wa-bound Hyundai wheels with registry number GS 4763-12 at about 1218 GMT on Wednesday, June 9, 2021.
Public Relations Officer of the Ghana Immigration Service in the Upper West Region,

Assistant Inspector Ibn Yussif Duranah Abdul-Mumin Seidu said in a statement on Thursday, June 10 that “ Our researches revealed that the settlers were remunerative settlers voyaging to Ghana for husbandry and other labour exertion.

In all of this, Isha Huang was arrested for her involvement in Galamsey and the trade of rosewood.
Yaw Osafo Mafo who was the ancient minister at the time said hailing her wouldn’t be of any benefit to Ghana.
She was left off the hook and back to China where she comes from.
It’s notwithstanding surprising Ghana is now getting a voice back to call on outlanders to be carried off in Ghana when the government his uncle leads had the chance to do that but