Today January 23, 2022

You want beautiful things but always complaining about costs — ADC boss jab critics of KIA’s 84k Christmas trees

Managing Director of the Accra Digital Center, Mr. Kofi Ofosu Nkansah, has jabbed critics for complaining about the alleged huge sums of monies blown on Christmas trees by the Ghana Airports Company Limited whose board is led by ace broadcaster Paul Adom Otchere.

Ghana Airports Company Limited has been accused of blowing a whopping GH¢84,000 on four Christmas trees to decorate the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) for the festive season.

Adding his voice, Mr. Kofi Ofosu Nkansah noted that Ghanaians have taste for anything beautiful but turn around to complain about the cost.

“We want beautiful stuff but we complain about their cost,” Mr. Nkansah noted in a social media post sighted by this portal.

Mr. Nkansah continued that some parts of the capital were made beautiful at night due to the mounting of Xmas decorations at those places.

Same beauty he believes the positioning of the four Christmas trees at various points in the arrival hall of the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) would bring to the vicinity.

“The parts of the city which has Xmas decorations look so beautiful when you drive by.

“The Liberation road from Airport to Tetteh Quarshie is one of the most beautiful. Roundabouts like Danquah, Ridge, 37 and others look so beautiful at night now,” he added.

The young politician is also of the view that it is the same decorations and setups, which he believes Ghanaians are complaining about, that Dubai boasts of which makes it one of the world’s most preferred destinations for tourists.

“What makes Dubai the preferred tourism destination for many? Same artificial designs and setups,” he argues.

Source: Modern Ghana

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