At a time that Transport Minister Collins Dauda has told the press that they are considering land at Prampram for a new airport, let it just be said that according to a GHANAWEB piece back in 1998, that land had apparently been acquired. (http://www.facebook.com/l.
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I don't know how many proponents of a relocation exist in the country, but I would be happy to see the media continue to put pressure on the Minister to:
a. account for the report of the Saturday 2 June accident on time
b. sustain pressure to offer updates on the land at Prampram, which had been acquired(apparently) back in 1998.
In the meantime, please find below a facebook discussion I initiated the day after the plane crash of Saturday 2 June, 2012.
Just had an insightful conversation with a good friend, who suggests DODOWA could be our major intl airport, and KOTOKA becomes our domestic one. Who's with me for campaigning 2 re-locate Ghana's intl airport?