“Don’t go to these countries,” the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration warns

The citizens of Ghana have been warned not to travel to conflict-prone countries. A statement released by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration has warned Ghanaians not to travel to countries that are likely to lead to a conflict or dispute.

Also, the Foreign Affairs Ministry advised citizens to be vigilant regarding intermediaries who claim to offer enticing opportunities such as employment, residency, and citizenship permits.

This alert came after the ongoing wars in various countries.

In a press release, the Ministry cautioned about the dangers associated with such travel, indicating the severe risks involved for travelers.

“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration wishes to caution the traveling public to be wary of the activities of middlemen and agents who purport to have the ability to secure citizenship, resident permits, and job offers in conflict areas and countries at war, as these journeys are perilous and often have dire consequences.

“In light of ongoing conflicts and the risk of conscription in certain countries or regions around the world, travelers are strongly advised to exercise caution and carefully consider their travel plans,” parts of the statement read.

Meanwhile, travelers have been cautioned to adopt precautionary measures and prioritize their safety and well-being, especially when considering job offers in regions that pose the threat of conscription and armed conflict.

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