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High Commission enlists visa candidates in Manchester

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High Commission enlists visa candidates in Manchester

The Ghana High Commission in the United Kingdom has continued the enrolment of visa candidates who live external the Greater London region.

This is essential for endeavors to make the procurement of visas simpler for Ghanaians living in the UK.

The enrolment group, driven by the Head of Chancery, Peprah Ampratwum, were in Manchester to biometrically enlist candidates.

This saves them the hour of going to London for enrolment, which frames a significant piece of the identification application measure.

Mr Peprah, in his comments after the activity, demonstrated the High Commission’s readiness to take the enrolment to other key urban areas in the UK to guarantee that all qualified Ghanaians in and around London gain their international IDs flawlessly.

In around 170 individuals from Leicester, Leeds, Coventry, Birmingham, Glasgow, Scotland were enlisted.

Other colleagues included Gabriel Owusu Ansah, Head of Consular and Welfare, Kwaku Dankwa, First Secretary Passport and Immigration and Eric Yeboah, Executive Officer and Liaison for IT.

While in Manchester, the group additionally visited the ‘Coachene’ Soccer Academy, a drive of Emmanuel Afranie Junior, child of E. K. Afranie, previous mentor of the Black Stars.

The ‘Coachene’ project what began around 8 years prior right now has more than 150 children figuring out how to be footballers

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