Nana Akuffo Addo ought to answer some questions as to why he spent about ¢3million within 24hours.
From the Executive arm of the government of Ghana, we are in an economic crisis after trying to recover after the covid pandemic. His Excellency Nana Akuffo Addo has shown leadership to leading the country to stand on its feet again.
Well an unpopular news of the President spending a fortune of money just on travels within a day has gotten the attention of Ghanaians.
The President of Ghana among other African head of states travelled to meet world leaders to plead them to forgo the gargantuan debts the African countries are owing to them. And Ghanaians just can't understand why the President will go begging in that lavishness of a flight.
The President deserves to ride in any flight of his choice but there were other luxurious yet inexpensive options available. The Presidential jet is available for Christ sake. To spend this huge money in the midst of these economic crisis is totally unlike of a good leader.
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