British nationals receive travel advice over deadly Ejura protests

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The British High Commission has asked its nationals in Ghana to avoid any large public gatherings and demonstrations in the wake of the deadly violence in Ejura in the Ashanti Region on Tuesday, June 29.

This travel advice was given after two persons were shot dead during protests in that area.

“We are concerned by reports of violence and saddened by the news of deaths in Ejura,” the High Commission stated on Twitter.

2/ 3 We join with the Government of Ghana to condemn illegal criminal acts of violence and we call for calm to enable the emergency services to reach those in need.

3/ 3 In line with our travel advice, British Nationals should remain vigilant, avoid any large public gatherings and demonstrations, monitor local media for up-to-date information, and follow the advice of local authorities. Read more: