I Was Forced By Ghana Immigration Officers To Pay $150 When Returning From US – Don Little

Don Little
Don Little

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.

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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.

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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.

Source: TheBBCghana.Com