Ghanaians in Israel have announced that they’re not interested in returning back home despite the ongoing hostilities against Hamas.
In an interview with Joy News, Seth Cudjoe, who stays in Israel, says he’s not ready to uproot his family to come to Ghana just yet.
He said other Ghanaians in the Israeli community have expressed similar sentiments.
Cudjoe revealed this during an interview on Joy News to take the pulse of Ghanaians stuck in Israel.
Hamas, a Palestinian political organisation which has been designated as terrorists by many global powers, launched an attack against Israel that has thrown the area into conflict.
The attack killed hundreds of Israelis, including concert goers who were attacked, killed and some taken hostage.
Israel also retaliated with air strikes that killed hundreds and the Israel-Palestinian conflict has once again flared up.
Amidst this precarious situation, Ghanaians in Israel continue to indicate they will remain behind until they feel in immediate danger, giving you a great idea of how messed up Ghana has become.