The international travels of the president of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo has become a topic of discussion since it was revealed that the president has rented a costly private jet to embark on his journey.
This is the third time that the issue of the luxurious transportation is going viral on social media and other media outlets.
Many Ghanaians are speaking out to condemn the issue, but some are still in support of it. The member of parliament for the North Tongu Constituency, Honourable Okudzeto Ablakwa has once again released a statement on the expensive travel of the president of the Republic of Ghana.
In a post cited on the page of Honourable Okudzeto Ablakwa, Eugene Arhin, the spokesperson of the president of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo was accused of deceiving Ghanaians as he has addressed the public on the transportation allegations against the president.
We believe that the member of parliament has written this because he feels there is now proof to prove to every Ghanaian that the transportation allegation is real.
Ghanaians have reacted in several ways to the views of Honourable Okudzeto Ablakwa. As some agree with him, others have lambasted the parliamentarian and have also suggested that the president should be left to do as he pleases.
We cannot say whether that is the right thing to do because Ghanaians have their freedom of speech and expression. Below are the reactions of Ghanaians to his view.
Serwaa and Quainoo has totally disagreed with the parliamentarian and have roasted him with their words.
Kweku Asamoah seems to have hooted at the member of parliament, asking him and others, including himself to leave the president to do as he pleases. The two dots at the end of his statement could mean that he has more to say. Other reactions seem to be in favour of the parliamentarian.
Do you think that the president must be left to do as he pleases.?
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