Diminutive actor, Don Little has revealed that the Ghana Immigration Officers at the Kotoka International Airport made him paid $150 upon arrival.
The actor was stuck in the United States of America USA during the COVID-19 pandemic and when returning he was shocked at how they forced him to pay such an amount.
According to him, he passed through Amsterdam and other Airports with no stress but his own country made him paid $150.
Speaking in an interview with Zionfelix, he stressed that the officers did not explain the purpose of that amount of money but was told it’s for a form he will fill.
Don Little noted that the immigration officers should be charging about $20 instead of such a huge.
He however advised leaders to think about the youth when making policies on the airport management.