Three Ghanaian women have allegedly been forced out of Tap Portugal airline for three Caucasians because the flight was full at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA).

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Reports say they had met all immigration requirements and were given a pass.

The were groped, harassed  and assaulted by officials of Tap Portugal Airline after they had refused to give up their seats.

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Officials of Tap Portugal Airline, in justifying their actions, accused them of stealing the boarding pass, despite holding valid flight tickets.