Ghanaians can not understand why almost all government appointees want to follow the president when he travel. Is it for the prestige or they get some amount from it? These are the questions most Ghanaians ask when they see about 50 Cars following the president when he travels to commission a project or cut sod for a project.
The President of Ghana, Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo-Addo convoy was has currently been spotted in Oti Region which many people are taking about it. Numerous cars which if I'm to count I can't count were seen following the president's vehicle.
See picture of the convoy of the president;
This picture has generated a lot of comments which we will like to share with our numerous readers.
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