MONROVIA: A high-powered Liberian government delegation is expected to visit Ghana to hold discussions with that country authorities for the repatriation of over five thousand Liberians living on the Buduburam Camp.
The disclosure was made recently by the Executive Director of Liberia Refugees Repatriation and Resettlement Commission (LRRRC), at the Ministry of Information regular press briefing on Capitol Hill in Monrovia.
According to Rev. Festus Logan, the high- powered Liberian government delegation is expected to leave for Ghana on March 12, 2022, as part of LRRRC’s effort in ensuring that Liberian refugees in Ghana are brought back to their country.
According to the LRRRC Executive Director, the visit to Ghana is intended to hold talks with the Ghanaian government on ways and means for Liberian refugees living on the Buduboram Camp in the country to be brought back to Liberia.
Liberian refugees living on the Buduboram Camp in Ghana, for the past one year, have been requesting the George Weah administration to have them repatriated to Liberia due to alleged acts of sexual abuse and human violations meted against them by Ghanaians.
Rev. Logan added that officers of the Liberia Immigration Service (LIS), LRRRC and Executives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs are those expected to form part of the Liberian delegation to Ghana.
He also indicated that plans are underway to kick start the construction of the reintegration center on 30, March, 2022, in Johnsonville, District # 2, Montserrado County.