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Omicron: Ghana's Akufo-Addo describes travels bans as immigration control

President Cyril <a class=Ramaphosa at the Professor Adu Boahen Square hosted by Ghanian President Nana Akufo-Addo for the 50th Anniversary Celebrations of the Enthronement of Nana Otis Siriboe II, Omahene of the Juaben Traditional Area. 4 December 2021."/>ACCRA - The President of Ghana Nana Akufo-Addo has portrayed the new travel boycotts forced on southern African countries over the Omicron variation as a type of movement control against the African states.

Akufo-Addo was talking during true discussions with President Cyril Ramaphosa at Saturday's debut bi-public commission between South Africa and Ghana.

Ramaphosa is on a four countries state visit in West Africa where a few arrangements and memoranda of arrangements have been endorsed with Nigeria, Ivory Coast and most as of late Ghana.

Akufo-Addo has featured how some high-profile people in the worldwide west had discounted the mainland in the fight against the Covid pandemic – just to endure the most exceedingly awful fallouts themselves.

"At first, we were informed that the roads of our mainland would be covered with the assortments of Africans. Melinda Gates and others were offering these comments and the way that God works … America, " said Akufo-Addo.

He additionally condemned the movement boycotts which were forced by the UK, US, and other created nations.

"We have been exceptionally vocal with regards to this utilization of the movement boycotts and different boycotts as a type of migration control by certain nations against other african nations, we thought it was critical that we ought to demonstrate that by this excursion," Akufo-Addo said.

Ghana and South Africa appreciate solid ties and co-activity, with the visit bringing about a few arrangements.

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