The Ghana High Commission in Nigeria has sent out a notification that all stranded Ghanaians willing to return must pay a fee to assist their evacuation to Ghana tomorrow – Tuesday, June 2, 2020.
The fee ranges from US$800-1,000 from Abuja to Accra, and US$700-900 from Lagos to Accra.
Per a letter from the High Commission sighted by this Paper, all interested persons must also pay for a mandatory 14-day quarantine at selected hotels in the country before they are allowed to be evacuated from Nigeria.
The hotels range from 2-star to 5-star with a cost range of GH¢7,700 to GH¢9,800. The Mission has arranged a chartered flight with Africa World Airlines (AWA) for the proposed evacuation.
They were taken through arrival procedures by officials of the Ghana Immigration Service and screened by health personnel. They are currently undergoing a 14-day mandatory quarantine at designated hotels under heavy security and screened by health personnel.
Source: B&FT Online