The country has been hit by another brouhaha regarding presidential planes. It can be recalled that months ago, MP for North Tongu made a revelation regarding an expensive plane that President Akufo-Addo chartered. It’s been many months and yet there has been no explanation on the cost as several ministers have dodged the question regarding that.
Latest is another controversy on another extravagant plane charter by the president on his recent travel to Germany. On Good Morning Ghana today, Thursday, September 2, 2021 Sam George was of the view that the president was going too far with his huge taste for expensive things. He noted that even with the president’s luxury he still sleeps at events, something he found appalling.
“the President is going too far with such planes. John Mahama never used such expensive planes. He used to take economy flights. John Mahama never slept at state events” Sam George said.
Before Sam George could go on Randy Abbey stooped him from proceeding because the host said that this was below par and should not be used a s a form of criticism. He challeneged Sam to address the issues on the ground and not revert to frivolities.
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