Facebook fans and users cannot hold their peace after seeing pictures of the oldest airport in Ghana. Let us take a look at the comments or how Facebook users reacted to the viral pictures and a brief history of the Kotoka International Airport.
The Kotoka International Airport was built or completed in 1958. It was originally a military airport but in 1956 plans changed to turn it into an international airport so in 1958 it was completed and ready for traveling.
Originally the name of the airport was Accra international airport but, in 1969 the name was changed to Kotoka International Airport. The airport was named after the ex military man, lieutenant General Emmanuel Kotoka who overthrew the then President of Ghana, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah.
Currently, The Kotoka International Airport has two passenger terminals but only two are functioning. The terminal 2 and 3 are now in use but the terminal 1 is not working.
Now, let us take note of the pictures of the the airport and what Facebook fans are saying.
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