In bid to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the President had amongst other measures closed all borders of the country.
The President said closing all borders both land and sea will help prevent the importation of the virus.
Persons who arrived before the closure were quarantined for 14 days to ensure that they were not infected.
However, Samuel Okudzetu Ablakwah Member of Parliament for North Tongu has called for a temporary opening of Ghana’s boarders.
The Member of Parliament’s Foreign affairs committee made it known that He has been receiving calls from stranded Ghanaians outside the country who desperately want to come back home.
He therefore, appealed to President Akufo-Addo to temporarily open Ghana’s borders.
Kobby Woyome Member of Parliament for South Tongu speaking to Adoa News online backed his fellow Member’s call to bring back stranded Ghanaians.
He added that some Ghanaians are out of money and should be allowed to come back into the country.
He noted government officials should arrange private flights to bring back stranded Ghanaians.