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Formed Police Unit Ghanaian Peacekeepers denied entry into Cameroon

The Police officers who are reported to possess AK 70s on a chartered plane to Cameroon were interdicted on Wednesday and questioned for over four hours, the General Telegraph revealed.

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The General Telegraph reports that  Cameroonian Authorities  have denied entry to about 100  police personnel of the Ghana Police Service assigned to peacekeeping in South Sudan.

The Police officers who are reported to possess AK 70s on a chartered plane to Cameroon were interdicted on Wednesday and questioned for over four hours, the General Telegraph revealed.

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“We were due to Sudan for the peacekeeping mission. We were grilled for over 4 hours before we were deported back to our country. We believe that our officials did not do the proper documentations.

The fact actually is that we could not go to South Sudan because we lack proper documentation period,” one angry police officer told this paper. Director of Public Affairs of Ghana Police, Superintendent Cephas Arthur was unable to confirm whether the 100 personnel of the Formed Police Unit.

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