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America Released Detainees For Ghana - WHY?

Report reaching GHANASKY.COM and ACCRA24.COM indicated that
779 prisoners have been held at Guantánamo since the prison opened on January 11, 2002 by ex-President George W. Bush.

Of those 779, 664 have been released or transferred, one was transferred to the U.S. to be tried, and nine have died.

America Released Detainees, Gitmo, murderers etc because of many factors according to President Barack Obama. Barack Hussein Obama II is an American politician currently serving as the 44th President of the United States, the first African American to hold the office. Obama decided to do things before his term of office expire. But why GHANA choose to accommodate them?

Report reaching ACCRA24.COM and GHANASKY.COM , Ghanaians demand the President to release prisoners in Ghana if...?? "President Mahama must release rapists and armed robbers from prison on humanitarian grounds, they too are humans just like us".

As 2016 began, two Yemenis were released, and given new homes in Ghana, and it was widely reported that 15 other releases are in the pipeline.

Obama has whittled down the number of detainees from 241 to 107 during his time at the White House, and he said, he expected that number to get below 100 by early this year 2016.  Prez. Obama's  effort is to clear out the prison.

Guantanamo was established under President George W. Bush as a place to hold alleged terrorists, or enemy combatants, rather than treating them as conventional prisoners of war.
The crying of some group of lawyers, journalists, retired military personnel and concerned citizens seeking to close the "war on terror" prison at Guantánamo Bay, where 93 men are still held, even though 34 of them have been cleared for release.

By the analyst of ACCRA24.COM, as President Obama's second and final term in office reaches its final year, and his legacy is being written, he needs to make good the promise to close Guantánamo that he made seven years ago, on his second day in office in January 2009. While the prison remains open, it continues to undermine America's values and national security.

1. In September 2012, Omar Khadr, a former child prisoner, was transferred to Canada to serve the rest of the sentence he negotiated as part of plea deal in October 2010.

2. In December 2013 two more Algerians were repatriated - although these two men didn't want to go home - and two Saudis were then released.

3. At the end of 2013, three more men were given new homes in Slovakia.

4. In March 2014, another Algerian - Ahmed Belbacha - was repatriated, and on May 31, 2014, five Taliban prisoners were released, in Qatar, and under supervision, in exchange for the release of the sole U.S. prisoner of war in Afghanistan, Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who had been held by the Taliban-affiliated Haqqani Network since 2009.

5. In November 2014, Fawzi al-Odah, one of the last two Kuwaitis in Guantánamo, was freed, and, also in November 2014, six more prisoners were released - three Yemenis were given new homes in Georgia, a Yemeni and a Tunisian were resettled in Slovakia, and a Saudi was repatriated.

6. In December, six more men were released - four Syrians, a Palestinian and a Tunisian - who were accepted as refugees in Uruguay, and four Afghans were repatriated, and the very end of the year five more men - two Tunisians and three Yemenis - were given new homes in Kazakhstan.

7. In January 2015, another five men - all Yemenis - were resettled. Four of the men were sent to Oman, while the fifth was sent to Estonia, and in June 2015 another six Yemenis were resettled in Oman. In September 2015, a Moroccan was repatriated, and also a Saudi, who was a long-term hunger striker, and at the end of October a Mauritanian was repatriated, and Shaker Aamer, the last British resident in the prison, was released and returned to the U.K. On November 13, five Yemenis were released, and given new homes in the United Arab Emirates.

8. As 2016 began, two Yemenis were released, and given new homes in Ghana, and it was widely reported that 15 other releases are in the pipeline.

By the research center of ACCRA24.COM and GHANASKY.COM,  about 105 prisoners now remain in Guantánamo.


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