Kwame A Plus alleges government is trying to sell Kotoka Airport, the flagstaff house and shares from Consolidated bank.

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Political activist Kwame A Plus has aired out documents that alleges the current government is trying to sell the Kotoka international airport.

He publicized the document which grants executive approval to the ministery of Aviation to engage TAV-SUMMA as partners to the Ghana airports company. The document is seen to be signed by Nana Badiatuo Asante, secretary to the president.

In the Facebook post , A Plus wrote;

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“They are planning to sell the airport like they tried to sell the whole electricity company of Ghana to themselves. They will also sell Consolidated Bank shares to themselves and merge it with GCB so that they control Commercial Bank. Then finally, they will sell flagstaff house and leave!! The real owners are taking everything….”


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