It would seem the incumbent New Patriotic Party has reverted to calling the seat of government "Jubilee House" as opposed to "Flagstaff House".
Get more local news here
According to a report by Daily Guide, recent correspondences personally signed by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo showed "Jubilee House" instead of "Flagstaff House."
The issue of the name of the seat of government has always been a bone of contention between the erstwhile National Democratic Congress government and the NPP administration.
Initially called Flagstaff House when Ghana’s first President Kwame Nkrumah re-developed the facility in the 1960s to serve as his official residence and office, the NPP government under President John Agyekum Kufuor, rebuilt the whole place into a top-class edifice and changed the name to (Golden) Jubilee House as a monument in commemoration of Ghana’s 50th independence anniversary.
PAY ATTENTION: Get all the latest news on the FREE Yen.com.gh APP
However, immediately after the NDC won power in 2009, it reverted to ‘Flagstaff House,’ sparking a heated political debate at the time.
The late Atta Mills did not use the Jubilee House and remained at the Osu Castle; but when President John Mahama took over after the sudden demise of the law professor, he (Mahama) moved into the edifice immediately he won the 2012 election.