22 Ghanaians deported from Saudi Arabia



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Twenty-two (22) Ghanaians have been deported from Saudi Arabia, Atinkaonline.com can confirm.

In a press release signed by the Asst. Supt of Immigration Barbara Sam, Public Affairs Officer-KIA states that, the twenty deportees received by the Kotoka International Airport (KIA0 Regional command of the Ghana Immigration service were on board Ethiopia Airlines flight.

According to statement, the deportees, comprises one (1) male and Twenty-one (1) females and are between the ages of 21-38 years.

They arrived with Travel Certificates issued by Ghana’s Embassy in Saudi Arabia.

According to the statement, they {deportees} were detained at a deportation Center in Saudi Arabia close to four (4) months before their onward deportation to Ghana.

The deportees, who are mostly Primary School, Junior High School (JHS) and Senior High School leavers, have been in Saudi Arabia since 2015 and 2017, the statement said.

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