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Kotoka International Airport Exploded With Bomb: Ghana Airports React

On the 29th of December, 2021 it was disclosed that Kotoka International Airport was exposed by hidden bombs but no casualties were recorded.

In the videos that went viral, an explosive sound was heard but the travelers and staff of the airport were made to lie on the floor for safety.

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It was not serious until the confirmation of the Ghana Airport Company Limited.

The Ghana Airports Company Limited has reacted to the incident that occurred. They have issued a statement and how come it happened and the intervention of the Military.

Check out the statement issued below;

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