“For six days Visa, I paid a connection man €6000”- Ghanaian based in France reveals

Isaac Kwabena Tawiah Danso, a former Top FM presenter, has recounted some of the highlights of his financial struggles while trying to travel to France.

As a result of the numerous times he had been denied a visa by embassies, he claimed to have resorted to the services of an agent, commonly known as a connection man.

After five fruitless attempts to travel to nations such as Italy, Australia, Germany, and Holland, he was told that he would have to spend €6000 for a six-day visa to Germany, which would be valid for the following year.

“I was refused a visa five times because I didn’t want to use the company’s name when I applied for the visa. Italy, Australia, Holland, and Germany were among the countries I tried. My visa application to Germany was approved on the second attempt.

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“The connection agent requested £6000 for a 6-day visa to Germany, citing the fact that I was attending a conference as the reason for my request.”

Isaac Danso, a Ghanaian who has lived in France for three years, claims that despite having paid a large sum of money to obtain his visa, his current employment in France pays him more than GHC10,000 per month.

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