Ghanaians demonstrate against Italian govt [Photos]

The Ghanaian residents in Udine, Italy, staged a street protest against the government, citing various grievances. Among their concerns was the accusation that the government has contributed to making their lives in the country extremely difficult.

Kofi Bonsu, a Ghanaian living in Italy, who spearheaded the demonstration, criticized the authorities for their perceived failure to enhance the residents’ quality of life.

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Below is the reasons for the demonstration

  1. Inhumane treatment of immigrants by questura and perfectura e.g leaving immigrants in long queue over several hours even in extreme weather.
  2. Extremely long waiting time for biometrics appointments and release of residence permits thereby leaving immigrants at risk of job loss and even inability to be employed.
  3. Systemic institutional discrimination that has made life extremely difficult for immigrants e.g most house owners no longer rent to immigrants.
  4. Deliberate attempts by Italian consulate Ghana to frustrate even legal immigration processes through extremely long waiting time. Such as waiting 2 years for an appointment for family reunion.
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