LIBERIA: GoL Delegation makes Major Strides in Ghana

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The e Government of Liberia delegation headed by the Deputy Minister for Legal Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cllr. Jeddi Armah, arrived in Accra, Ghana, over the weekend to embark on a mission of pivotal importance.
The delegation commenced with a series of critical meetings aimed at addressing pressing issues affecting the Liberian community and their resettlement.
Subsequently, they have met with the Honorable Tetteh K. Padi, Head of the Ghana Refugee Board, to delve into the complexities of the situation.
Furthering their commitment to dialogue and collaboration, the team convened with the leadership of the Liberian Community located at Buduburam, fostering an environment conducive to understanding and cooperation.
A significant development unfolded during the session with the Deputy Minister for Legal Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cllr. Jeddi Armah, as assurances were provided by the Ghana Refugee Board to halt the impending lawsuit, offering a collective sigh of relief to all parties.
In a major stride towards resolution, the Refugee Board has initiated a re-settlement process for approximately 261 Liberian nationals to relocate to the Cape Coast region.
April 6, 2024 witnessed the departure of the first group of 50 individuals embarking on their journey to the new settlement, with the remainder scheduled for relocation on Monday.
Looking ahead, the Ghana Refugee Board has pledged comprehensive security for the convoy during the repatriation process, slated to commence on May 1 and conclude by May 20.
The team’s commitment to ensuring the welfare and safety of the resettled community is unwavering.

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