Flagstaff House denies accident involving President Mahama’s family

The Presidency has denied media reports claiming that a convoy carrying the family of President John Mahama to Ekumfi Otuam in the Central Region was involved in an accident Thursday afternoon.

“The President’s family was neither in the convoy to Otuam nor in any other convoy”, a statement from the Flagstaff House Communications Bureau stated.

It also described the reports being circulated by an online portal owned by StarrFM as irresponsible.

The statement, however, did not deny or confirm whether there was an accident around Kasoa involving any of the presidential convoy as was reported by the media.

President Mahama inaugurated the first Community Day SHS at Otuam and also launched the Progressively free SHS programme on Thursday and returned safely to Accra.

No member of the President’s family was part of the delegation to the programme.

The only convoy that moved to Otuam from the Flagstaff House was the President’s convoy.


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