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Veep Announces Plans to Establish E-Gate at KIA

The Vice President of the republic of Ghana, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has disclosed that there are plans to switch from immigration checks to E-Gates at the Kotoka International Airport by the end of 2024.

According to the him, the Electronic-Gates will be installed in the arrival section of the airport, eliminating the stress in which travelers undergo during immigration checks upon arrival.

The flagbearer of ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), announced this during a meeting with the clergy in Cape Coast, marking the commencement of his tour to the Central Region on Monday.

He maintained that the government is poised to digitizing every state institutions in such a way that, Passport shall be replaced with the Ghana Card.

“In fact, before the end of this year if you arrive in Ghana at Kotoka Airport you don’t need to go to an immigration officer, we are putting together the E-gates, you put in your Ghana card it will open for you, and you pass and enter. The E-gates will work in Ghana before the end of this year,” he stated.

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