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“Ghana's guinea fowls that flew to Burkina Faso are back”; Australian High Commissioner causes stir.

In 2014, the management of Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA) disclosed that hundreds of Ghana’s guinea fowls had flown to unknown location in Burkina Faso.  

Their disclosure caused massive uproar in the public domain. The opposition party, New Patriotic Party (NPP), capitalised on it to win votes during 2016 general elections at the detriment of Ex-President John Dramani Mahama’s administration. 

Today, April 11, 2021 the Australian High Commissioner to Ghana, His Excellency Gregory Andrews, has made hilariously statement on his Facebook page. 

According to him, he saw Ghana's guinea fowls that flew to Burkina Faso at Mole National Park last week. 

Moreover, he has urged Zaina Lodge to make delicious delicacies with some of the guinea fowls.  

“Someone told me Ghana’s guinea fowl once flew to Burkina Faso. But they were definitely back in Mole National Park last week when I was there. They are of course protected there, but it didn’t stop me thinking how delicious they would be in light soup with fufu or banku. So I made a suggestion to Zaina Lodge to put them on the menu”, he said. 

He later shared a video of the guinea fowls at Mole National Park. 

The link to the video is uploaded below.

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