According to him, the Communications Director of the presidency, Eugene Arhin's explanations on why Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo have to drain the public purse to chatter an expensive flight for his summit is unjustifiable and in-fact, unacceptable.
There were other flights less expensive that Nana Addo could have chatted rather than the expensive one he did according to Okudzeto "What is even more thoughtless and imprudent is the President unhinged penchant to charter the most expensive aircraft in the fleet of companies he contacts"
The MP for North Tongu also felt the president could have used the presidential jet which according to him is better than what other countries have but their president's don't reject it and use it.
He categorically said "other "less fortunate" President's with even inferior and older presidential jets have kept faith with their presidential aircrafts, there can be no justification whatsoever for the grave insentivity of President Akufo-Addo".
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