According to Bridget Otoo, Mr. Eugene Arhin should tell Ghanaians the actual amount government spent on the president's recent travels. According to Bridget Otoo, she has read the full post by Eugene Arhin on his Facebook page but there is no item in the statement or post which shows the actual cost of the president recent travels.
It all started when Okudzeto Ablakwa, MP for North Tongu constituency revealed that the president has gone back into flying in a luxury private jet. He added that the private jet has cost tax payers an amount of ¢4.1 million.
Mr. Eugene Arhin replied Okudzeto Ablakwa and revealed that what Okudzeto Ablakwa said about the president's travels is purely false. He however refused to reveal the amount which was spent on his travels.
On Sunday, 26th June, Mr. Eugene Arhin dropped a 6-page document to reply Okudzeto Ablakwa again. The whole document also failed to show the amount the president used in his recent travels.
What is preventing Mr. Eugene Arhin from revealing the actual cost of the president's travels? Comment your opinion below.
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