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Businessman Prince Kofi Amoabeng has revealed that he was recently denied a visa to the United States of America (USA).

According to the co-founder of defunct UT Bank, he was scheduled for a routine medical check-up but due to a court case, his passport had been confiscated.

However, he was able to make a strong case in court, after which the judge released his passport.

Unfortunately, he suffered another setback at the embassy as he was turned away, though he did not mention when exactly it happened.

“I did my checks, and I was later told I’m considered flight risk so that means I can no longer travel out of Ghana now,” he narrated in an interview on Accra-based Starr FM.

Mr Amoabeng said he was quite surprised by the turnout of the event, stating “When I was at UT, the American embassy could not deny an employee a visa, how much more me?”

On a lighter note, he said he was grateful to God he had given him a permanent visa to his hometown, which he enjoys so much and finds solace in.

With my permanent visa, I go to Kukurantumi every weekend to relax,” he said.

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