The Foreign Affairs Ministry has depicted as would be expected practice an intermittent utilization of Ghana’s Presidential fly by the Heads of State of some other country in the sub-region.
It is said, such help is essential for two-sided and multilateral strategic relations among nations, adding that Ghanaian pioneers have in the past additionally profited from such signals.
The Ministry is responding to the Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa’s mission for replies on why the President of Liberia, George Weah, was supposedly permitted to utilize Ghana’s official stream to go to a crisis ECOWAS Summit.
In an assertion of reaction, the Ministry kept up with that Mr. Ablakwa’s ‘isolated stance comes as an amazement.
“In the light of the exhausting and deliberate endeavors by ECOWAS pioneers to expedite harmony in the locale, the Ministry thinks that it is fairly sad that Hon. Okedezeto Ablakwa would try to purposely sloppy the waters with these negative remarks.”
The utilization of the official stream has been in the information for certain months now after the Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, recorded pressing inquiries requesting revelation of the full expense of President Akufo-Addo’s new unfamiliar outings without the utilization of the authority official fly.
What’s more, he says he desires to find solutions on Mr. Weah’s utilization of the fly when Parliament reconvenes one month from now from break.
However, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has taken solid exemptions for the position taken by Mr. Ablakwa who is likewise a positioning part on the Foreign Affairs Committee of Parliament.
“In the most recent of such expressions, Hon. Okudzeto Ablakwa tried to propose that moving the President of Liberia, His Excellency George Weah, abroad Ghana’s official fly to take an interest in the crisis ECOWAS Summit during the new political emergency in Guinea, established and indecency. Nothing could be further from reality”
“It should be underscored that the act of sharing travel assets among West African Heads of State and high-positioning authorities, is anything but a new marvel. For sure, previously, a few Heads of State have, in their ability as Chair of ECOWAS, broadened this kindness”, the Ministry clarified.