Akufo-Addo’s Decision To Fly Commercial To Dubai Saving Ghana Over GH3 Million - Ablakwa

Akufo-Addo’s Decision To Fly Commercial To Dubai Saving Ghana Over GH3 Million - Ablakwa

 

 

MP for North Tongu Constituency, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa says President Akufo Addo has saved Ghana a colossal sum of GHS3 million for flying commercial to the Dubai Expo. He has been criticising the President for flying in expensive private jets when also travelling outside Africa. Following checks, Mr Samuel Okudzeto

 

Ablakwa has revealed that he has learned the President on the Monday, March 7, 2022, flew in the First Class on Emirates when he left Ghana to attend the Dubai Expo. According to the MP, the decision by President Akufo-Addo is saving Ghanaian taxpayer over GHS3 million. By commendably opting to fly First Class on Emirates and

 

 

avoiding another extravagant charter, President Akufo-Addo has saved the Ghanaian taxpayer an impressive US$468,000.00. That is equivalent to a staggering GHS3,306,139.20. So, instead of doling out another colossal installment of 3.3million Ghana Cedis to a European company, we get to keep it in Ghana, and

 

 

hopefully, use it for something more prudent, parts of the post on the social media page of Okudzeto Ablakwa has said. Meanwhile, Okudzeto has commended Akufo-Addo for listening to the Ghanaian people. Ablakwa wrote on his social media page, I sincerely applaud President Akufo-Addo for flying commercial to Dubai

 

 

Expo as he left Ghana yesterday. When our elected officials finally exhibit good judgment, even if it took great struggle from us, we should be courageous and objective to acknowledge their penitent conduct. Akufo Addo who has defiantly flown on ultra-luxurious chartered executive jets for all his trips outside Africa

 

 

since May last year deserves some credit for finally listening to an outraged public and surrendering to legitimate patriotic pressure from struggling Ghanaians reeling under an economy in tatters. By commendably opting to fly First Class on Emirates and avoiding another extravagant charter, President Akufo-Addo has

 

 

saved Ghanaian taxpayer an impressive US$468,000.00. That is equivalent to a staggering GHS3,306,139.20. So, instead of doling out another colossal installment of 3.3million Ghana Cedis to a European company, we get to keep it in Ghana, and hopefully, use it for something more prudent.