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Hundreds of Ghanaian Muslims who entered Brazil as tourists for the World Cup have asked for asylum on religious grounds.
Noerci da Silva Melo, a federal police officer said on Friday that 200 Ghanaians had asked for asylum after entering Brazil legally to watch their team play.
Melo said the Ghanaians were Muslims who were “fleeing the violent conflicts between different Muslim groups”.
Ghana rejected the fans claims with Deputy Information Minister Felix Kwakye Ofosu saying he was surprised that they had raised the issue of religious conflict as the reason they wanted asylum.

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