Presidential villa: A look inside the luxurious palace where Akufo-Addo is in self-isolation (video)

Presidential villa: A look inside the luxurious palace where Akufo-Addo is in self-isolation (video)

- A video has surfaced of Ghana's presidential villa

- The footage shows the luxurious furnishings of the palace

- The presidential villa is located at Ghana's seat of government, the Jubilee House

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Ghana’s presidential villa is located at the country’s presidential palace, Golden Jubilee House.

The Jubilee House serves as the seat of government for the Ghanaian people and serves as a residence and office to the president of Ghana.

Jubilee House is built on the site of a building that was constructed and used for administrative purposes by the British Gold Coast Government.

Presidential villa: A look inside the luxurious palace where Akufo-Addo is in self-isolation
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Formerly called the Flagstaff House, president Akufo-Adddo renamed it Golden Jubilee on 29 March 2018.

The Flagstaff House was reconstructed and inaugurated by the government of John Agyekum Kufuor.

While where the Jubilee House is located is no secret to most Ghanaians, many have not had the privilege of seeing what the inside features look like.

In a recent video that captures the presidential villa where president Nana Akufo-Addo is in self-isolation, the luxurious furnishings of the villa look impressive.

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From beautiful interior designs, leather couches, and well-designed wall frames to gold painted art works, the features are simply breathtaking.

The latest video opens with a scene where the villa is filmed from the outside. Then a walk inside through to where president Akufo-Addo is seen seated behind his presidential desk.

See video below:

In another story, a couple who recently moved to Ghana after the man was deported to Italy has recounted their experience prior to and during their stay in the country.

The lady, identified as Manka Ndah, a UK native with Ghanaian roots who moved into the country with her deportee boyfriend, revealed that life has been good to them after they moved to Ghana six months ago.

Speaking about their ordeal before they moved to the country, Ndah’s boyfriend revealed that he had spent over two years in jail before he was deported to his native country, Italy. The duo were in a relationship before he was arrested and jailed for possession of drugs.

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Source: Yen Newspaper

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