Whenever the president travels, a lot of his ministers and other people who hold prestigious positions in the country wants to follow him to his destinations. This is therefore the cause of the long convoy we see when President Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo-Addo travel.
A lot of Ghanaians have complained about this long convoy by the president and his appointees but it seems it is not ending anytime soon. According to some Ghanaians, it is a waste of tax payers money to see about 50 cars following the president.
Earlier today, TheProgrammeNews have chanced on a video where the president is been followed by about 30 vehicles to a radio station. According to the video, he was going to Ash FM (101.1 MHz) for some interview.
When this particular video surfaced on the internet, it has generated a lot of comments from a lot of Ghanaians.
Let's see see comments from some Ghanaians who commented;
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