A new video has pop up on social media and it has really gotten a let of people talking and commenting.
This video has a lot of people talking and shutting about the huge number of expensive vehicles in the convoy the H.E Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo the current president of Republic of Ghana and the ECOWAS Chairman.
You could here the crowd of people along the road shutting "TAX PAYERS MONEY", because of the countless number of expensive vehicle that accompanies the president in all his travels.
As we already know, every car on the road is expected to move out of the road for presidential convoys to pass. Therefore all the car with the president were at top speed which makes it very difficult to count.
We hope you can count, well then leave your comments below for us to know the number of cars that you saw in the video above and kindly be honest with us, if you were to be the next president of Republic of Ghana, how many vehicles will you travel with?
Putting politics aside what do you think about the number of vehicles in the convoy of the NANA ADDO DANKWA AKUFFO ADDO ?
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