Joy at last as Ghanaian lady neglected in Oman is evacuated
Oman evacuation

A Ghanaian lady, identified as Josephine Gyamea, who was neglected by a family she worked for in Oman, has finally being evacuated.

She arrived in Ghana on Thursday, April 8, 2021, onboard EgyptAir.

Miss Gyamea, believed to be in her 20s, reportedly travelled out of the country in 2020, to seek greener pastures.

However, for circumstances still not known, social media was inundated with videos of her in a bizarre situation.

The young lady, who left her family based at Nkyenkyemaam, a community near Berekum in the Bono Region healthy, was now reported to be battling mental illness.

Josephine Gyamera in black with hijab talking to Multimedia journalists.

The video spotted her in an unkept manner, exhibiting strange behaviours.

The situation caught the attention of the host of Asempa FM’s Abrokyire Nkomo, Kwaku Amankwatia, popularly known as Akonta Joe, to rally support for her evacuation.

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Following series of consultations, the evacuation was made possible through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration and the Multimedia Group.

Miss Gyamea arrived at the Kotoka International Airport to a joyous welcome from some staff of the Multimedia Group, family and loved ones.

A special appreciation is also extended to Alhaji Habib Isaka of the Ghana Consulate in Saudi Arabia and Richard Nyantakyi Amponsah, a Ghanaian based in Oman who made Josephine’s predicament public knowledge, as well as Yaw Kwakwa, Managing Director, Ghana Airports Company.