Three Ghanaian female pilgrims detained in Saudi Arabia over visa fraud

Three Ghanaian female pilgrims are to be deported later Tuesday 9th
October, 2012, after investigations by Saudi authorities revealed they got
there with fake visas.
The women, whose names are yet to be given, are reported to have been
detained in Saudi Arabia, hours after they were airlifted from Accra on
The National Hajj Committee which confirmed the incident said the
women involved were detained because they were not traveling with
National Hajj Committee.
Public Relations Officer Alhaji Halidu Haruna said the visas in question
did not belong to the Committee while the agent involved has been
identified by the Committee.
He assured that investigations will be conducted on the identity of the
said agent whose name has not been disclosed yet, and prosecuted
where necessary.

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