The recent trips of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo have erupted many controversies because of the price of his Presidential jet he uses for the trips. Hon. Ablakwa disclosed that the president uses the taxpayers’ money to pay for the luxurious jet. According to the honourable Minister, Ghana pays $14,000/hr for the President’s luxurious lifestyle- how does this protect the public purse?
However, on Facebook, some Ghanaians who appeared irritated by the news left some rhetorical questions for Ghanaians. Some asked what the president should have done. Should the President walk or swim to Germany? This is out of exasperation and defence of the President. For others, they couldn’t understand the mission Hon Ablakwa was pursuing. If he wants to protect the public purse as he is making us all believe, then there are proper steps to take to bring a halt or explanation to this. Running to the media to announce is not one of them.
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