President Akufo Addo was in Sunyani to commission a rehabilitated airport in the region. The opening of the Sunyani Airport will now ease the difficulties travellers have to go through to get to Sunyani via air. It also means commercial flights can now ply that route.
Once the airport is officially opened for scheduled flights, there will be enough capacity as some local airline companies can now operate their jet planes to the airport. This will generate the government a lot of revenue and also create more jobs.
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Below are some reactions on social media.
From the reactions above, most people seem happy with this new development by the NPP government. Others revealed that the airport is too small and for that matter, President Akufo Addo did no work at all. However, more reactions reveal that Ghanaians are happy with this new project.
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