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Over 50 Fake Ghanaian Journalists Deported From Commonwealth Games

by on April 5, 2018

More than 50 Ghanaians have been deported from Australia where they tried to gain entry in the pretense of being sports journalists that were headed to cover the Commonwealth Games.

The deportees are reported to have been caught out after they were unable to answer basic questions about sports.

They are said to have been in possession of genuine travel documents, but raised eyebrows when they were unable to answer the questions that Australian authorities say they should have been familiar with.

Ghana’s assistant Sports Minister Pious Enam Hadidze said an investigation had already been launched into the matter.

He however denied the ministry had anything to do with helping the deportees obtain visas.

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The 21st Commonwealth Games were officially opened in a spectacular opening ceremony on the Gold Coast.

More than 4,500 athletes from 71 nations and territories will be competing for 275 gold medals over the 11 days of competition.

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  • Ld Elon
    April 6, 2018 at 12:03 am

    You don’t need to know about sports to report on it. Maybe they are new.? Like kids from school under training as reporters, thus this is their first excursion to another country reporting on their countries performance and noting which sports they participate in along the way..

    I think a majority of Australians are based haters of people who have darker complexions.
    Should punish the Australians for this insult.
    Ghanaians should also be heard, they do NOT want americans troops there, the government is acting out of law..


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