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Ghana: Suspension of Consular Services

Ghana: Suspension of Consular Services

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Washington D.C (CABNCTV) – His Excellency Ambassador Dr. Barfuor Adjei-Barwuah, Ghanaian Ambassador to the United States of America through the Head of Information & Public Affairs Mr. Kofi Tonto announced that, due to increase and rapid spread of the COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) both in the United States and globally, it has become necessary to take precautionary measures to protect Ghanaians in the Diaspora and its clients.

Mr. Tonto, said “The Consular Department will suspend both mailed and in-person services for the issuance of Ghanaian visas and passports effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020″.

AbdulRasheed Abubakar

Broadcast Journalist | Media Entrepreneur | Publisher of Diaspora Today AbdulRasheed Abubakar is The CABNCTV’s UN Correspondent and Publisher of Diaspora Today Magazine (www.thediasporatoday.com). A University of Baltimore graduate, he has worked with the State of Maryland (DPSCS). He formerly worked for LTV8, Lagos, Nigeria. He has covered Diplomatic community, politics and International (news) Editorial and Anchor The Diaspora Today Show. He is director of a documentary on AFRICA Twitter: @AbdulRasheedaa_ Instagram: @abdulrasheedaa_

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