October 25, 2018
Chairman of the Ghana-Chinese Friendship Parliamentary Association, Joseph Yieleh Chireh has urged Ghanaians travelers to China, United Kingdom and America and other foreign countries to endeavor to get genuine documents for their visas.

According to the chairman, the issue of forged documents is not only limited to Chinese but other developed countries like the United Kingdom, United States of America and others.

He made this remarks in an interview when in an early remarks the Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu complained of Ghanaian women who travel to China for the purposes of trade were being denied visa.

The new Chinese Ambassador in his response when he visited the Speaker earlier complained of forged documents to the embassy hence the visa denial and called for collaboration between the security forces of both countries to deal with the issue.

Mr. Joseph Yieleh Chireh further pointed out that anyone who does not follow procedure would run into problems, “those complaining if they have a good case they should bring it to the notice of Ghanaian and Chinese authorities”.

“Our people need to be discipline and again we need to educate Ghanaians against unnecessary hate for the Chinese British and others, that would not solve the problem, if you do not follow the procedure you cannot blame the embassies”, he lamented.

He also added that Ghana’s mission abroad face similar situation people want to come to Ghana do not want to present the correct documents, “we should not create the impression that the Chinese  are at war with Ghanaians”.

By: Kwaku Sakyi-Danso/ghanamps.com