The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration has welcomed 36 additional Ghanaian nationals at the Kotoka International Airport today. This brings the total number of evacuees to 192 as of 7:30 p.m., 8th March, 2022.
The Government’s Spokesperson on Governance and Security, Mr. Palgrave Boakye-Danquah received the students on behalf of the Government and assured them of the Government’s commitment to their welfare and education. Director of the Information and Public Affairs Unit, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Mrs. Worwornyo Agyeman represented the Ministry.
Dr. Kwaku Brobbey Asenso, a Psychiatrist introduced the team from the Mental Health Authority and assured the students of the offer of psychological support to those who would be needing it. Dr. Sandra Thompson-Assan, a Psychologist from the Mental Health Association, and Dr. Joel Agorinya, also a Psychiatrist took turns to explain to the students some of the symptoms of anxiety and what to do when experiencing them. They indicated that the Authority would provide the students with the necessary follow-up to guarantee their mental health.