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A former friend of President Akufo-Addo, Evelyn Aidoo, also known as Serwaa Broni has boldly revealed how Akufo-Addo made her avoid all security checks at the Kotoka International Airport to pick presidential jet with him Akufo-Addo.
While speaking on Loud Silence Media in an interview with Kevin Taylor, Serwaa Broni revealed that Akufo-Addo aided her to avoid all security checks at the airport so that she could be on the same presidential jet as President Akufo-Addo.
She revealed that they took the presidential jet to Kumasi and shared a bed with Akufo-Addo while they were at Otumfour's Guest House in Kumasi.
" I was about to leave the country on that day, but the President made me stop because he wanted me to go to Kumasi with him. On taking the Presidential jet to Kumasi on that day and I didn't go through any security checks because Akufo-Addo sent one of his boys to come and pick me up. We went to Kumasi and Akufo-Addo and I shared the same bed at Otumfour's Guest House." She boldly revealed.
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