Former Deputy Youth and Sports Minister, Joseph Yammin says President Akufo-Addo broke no law by hiring a private jet on his trip to France, however, he could have gone for a less expensive one.
According to Mr Yammin, the President needs protection both internally and externally however, the huge monies spent on luxurious private jets could have done something fir the suffering Ghanaians.
“For me, the President broke no law, but he could have learnt from Prophet Nehemiah in the Bible who built a wall for the Israelites without charge when the people were in captivity. Nana Akufo-Addo could have gone for a less expansive jet if he really had the country at heart”, he said.
The former Deputy National National Disaster of Managing Organization(NADMO) also took on government for the recent insecurity situation in the country including robbery attacks on bullion vans leading to the death of some Ghanaians including a police officer at James Town in Accra.
“I wasn’t surprised when I heard the news. The insecurity did happen immediately NPP won power with Nana Akufo-Addo. I know he cannot protect or defend us as Commander-in-Chief of the Ghana Armed Forces”, Hon. Joseph Yammin stated.