Details of a mind-blowing can of worms on the fast-lane life of fugitive Nigerian billionaire Benedict Peters reveal how he is enjoying presidential protection in Ghana and is using the Church of Pentecost as an alibi to transport suspicious cargo through the Kotoka International Airport (KIA).
His Gulfstream G650ER private jet with registration M-DVJJ and serial number 6439, has been shuttling KIA and destinations in the United States with possible contrabands aboard.
The private jet’s last flight was from Washington DC on Tuesday, January 18, 2022, and landed on Wednesday, January 19, 2022, around midnight.
Checks by Whatsup News shows that the aircraft which was registered on April 13, 2021, in the notorious tax haven of Isle of Man is registered to the Peters Family. The serial number of the Gulfstream Aircraft in the registry is 1153 with registration certificate number N639GA 424B9B.
Paper trail, documents and evidence in possession of Whatsup News correlate how deep the Akufo Addo administration had gone in giving Mr. Peters a carte blanche to practically subvert every aviation security protocol to undertake suspicious activities from his base in Ghana where he relaxes and watch his bank account credited with a minimum of US$ 4 million daily from his global transactions.
Whatsup news would reveal in episodes; the love story between Mr. Peters and Ghana’s seat of government, (The Jubilee House) and what happens when the Nigerian Billionaire ‘coughs’ in Ghana.