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245 deported Ghanaians arrive at KIA in Kuwaiti aircraft

Source: starrfmonline.com The 245 Ghanaians illegally living in Kuwait who are expected to be deported back to Ghana today have arrived at Terminal 3 of the Kotoka International Airport on a Kuwaiti aircraft. Starr News sources at the airport say the deportees arrived a short while ago and are undergoing arrival …

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Coronavirus: Trucks of food arrive in Kumasi

  Trucks of dry food, mainly rice, have arrived in Kumasi to be distributed to vulnerable communities struggling to feed under the partial lockdown. The food items were handed over to faith-based organizations and the various MMDCEs and DCEs to spearhead the distribution. Speaking in an interview with Ultimate FM’s …

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179 more ambulances arrive at Tema port

Some 179 more ambulances ordered by the Akufo-Addo administration arrived at the Tema Port on Tuesday, 17 December 2019. This means all the over 300 ambulances are in and set for distribution in January as promised by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo during his press encounter on 13 December 2019. …

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More refugees from Libya arrive in Rwanda

  The third batch of refugees, who were being held in detention centres in Libya, arrived in Rwanda in the early hours of Monday as part of a resettlement programme. A Rwandan government account has shared pictures of the group on Twitter: Ministry of Emergency Management@RwandaEmergency The third group of …

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48 of 300 ambulances arrive

Forty-eight out of the 300 procured ambulances meant for the government’s One Constituency-One Ambulance policy, have arrived in the country, the Director of Communication at the Presidency, Mr Eugene Arhin, has said. The second batch, according to Mr Arhin, is expected to arrive in the first week of October this …

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First Nigerians fleeing South Africa arrive home

The first batch of Nigerians fleeing xenophobic violence in South Africa has arrived back in in the main city of Lagos. The 188 people on board were the first returnees of around 600 Nigerians who have said they want to return home following a wave of anti-immigrant violence in the …

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