In his recent post on Facebook, Okudzeto Ablakwa revealed that someone else seems to be using the presidential jet of Ghana. He added that the plane flew out of the country on Saturday to Spain. He added the presidential jet seems to be in good shape now after its recent travels.
Okudzeto Ablakwa's main concern is that someone else seems to be using the presidential jet. He explained this and revealed that the presidential jet took off from the country around 9:00 am on Saturday. He added that around that time, the president was at the funeral grounds of the Late Emily Akuffo. He is therefore asking the jubilee house to give him the details on how the jet took of when the president is in the country.
"Our Presidential Jet which is still not back to Ghana, left Accra at 9:14am, transited in Marrakesh at 2:11pm before departing to Barcelona at 2:57pm and arriving at 5:54pm. Curiously, the jet was flown back to Marrakesh only after 1hour and 13minutes where it has been resting since 8:13pm last night."
"Curiously, at the same time Ghana’s Presidential Jet took off, President Akufo-Addo was in Akropong attending the funeral service of former First Lady Mrs. Emily Akuffo. It would be interesting to find out who is currently using Ghana’s Presidential Jet" he said.
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