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Ghana airport get e-gates

By Guardian Exclusive
16 April 2018   |   4:58 pm
West African nation of Ghana has launched 10 e-gates at the Kotoka International Airport, Ghana. The e-gate is expected to Identify, authenticate and verify passengers and their documents for a more secure border management system.

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