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GIS Repatriates 17 Foreigners Arrested In Bunkpurugu

About 17 people comprised of Togolese and Burkinabe nationals have been captured by authorities of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) for entering Ghana utilizing unapproved courses.


An assertion endorsed by the Bunkpurugu Sector Command Officer In Charge, Supt Edwin Adjetey Doku demonstrated that on June 2, 2022, the National examination Bureau (NIB) official gave data to the GIS about certain outsiders or unlawful migrants inside Bunkpurugu.


He demonstrated that a group of officials, drove by the area leader of the GIS, the Ghana Police( FPU) and the NIB official went to the area and captured the said unlawful foreigners.


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As per him, upon examinations and cross examination, it was uncovered that the outsiders had leased a convenience where they have been for the past three(3) months, and was likewise found that they were into the QNET business exercises.


Supt Doku noticed that the unlawful workers included two Togolese females, 14 Togolese guys, and a Burkinabe man were given over to the police to explore the credibility of their business exercises.

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The GIS Commander expressed that after a few cross examinations and examinations by the GIS, the outsiders consented to the way that they utilized an obscure unapproved course to enter Ghana and were hence localized and given over to the Togo Border Operatives for future activities.


He anyway unveiled that the property manager who leased the convenience for the outsiders has been welcomed for some cross examination whiles the supposed pioneer who carried the unlawful settlers into the country who is right now on the run is under observation to be captured.

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Source: Otixpres.com

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