Ghana’s President John Mahama SEEKS for Asylum in Scotland | Says It’s Impossible to Live Under Ghana’s Hardship
Ghana’s President John Dramani Mahama who entered Scotland a few days ago to receive a honorary doctorate degree from from University of Aberdeen and got himself into a chaotic embarrassment at Scotland’s parliament—has applied for political and economic asylum in Scotland.
In his asylum application to the first secretary of Scotland in which he pleads to be granted residence to remain Scotland, John Mahama cites economic hardship and the intolerant political landscape as having insane effect on his person, mind and ability to progress in life.
According to the Asylum’s Office in Scotland, President Mahama asserts that, fuel prices jumps up every 21 days in his country-Ghana which indirectly affects the prices of everything—and as such life has become so difficult that it would pass for inhumane treatment if he is sent back to Ghana.
“It’s true that the President Mahama has made an emergency asylum application, appealing to the conscience of the people of Scotland to grant him a permanent resident in Scotland, owning particular to the economic hardship which has become literally and metaphorically unbearable,” the Asylum Office stated.
The office added; “An extra ordinary meeting will be held mid next week by special Asylum and Immigration officers who will determine either to grant or refuse President John Mahama’s asylum application.”
We are also told that President Mahama in his application erected a stable argument that the political atmosphere has been extensively intolerant in Ghana and he has become the perpetual victim of insults which affects his ability to live in dignity as human—and as such deem it would be better to remain in Scotland where tolerance is a strong pillar of their contemporary general Zeitgeist.