“It’s never true that we paid for a second flight, the airbus. Yes! We were approached and we said we might need it and they agreed to put our name down for 2011, by which time we will be ready to buy. So we said putting our name down will keep us on the queue so that when the time came, we would see if we could buy out of the budget since we didn’t want to contract any loan. But these days everybody is alleging we bought two planes. If we bought two planes then two planes would have arrived. It would have been the same contract. And I am not against the President having a plane like this, because when we were purchasing it, I knew it will come after I had gone but I knew that the Presidency needed a flight like this to work efficiently for Ghana” he added.