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Tallest Building In The World, Burj Khalifa In Dubai Lighted Up In Ghana Colours

Social media has reacted with apprehension to a viral photo of the tallest building in the world lighted up in Ghana’s colours.

Many citizens have been demanding answers as to whether the government of Ghana funded for the building to be lighted up in Ghana colours or not.

Following President Akufo-Addo’s trip to Dubai, many believe the Burj Khalifa – the tallest building in the world – was purposely lighted up in Ghana colours to woo investors and serve as a sign of solidarity between the two nations.

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With Ghana’s ballooning debt stock coupled with harsh economic circumstances and the high cost of government machinery, many Ghanaians have intimated that it would be considered a waste of money if the government actually funded for the building to be lighted up in Ghana colours.

The Burg Khalifa building is situated in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates and with a height of 828M is the tallest building in the world. Thus, it would have to take much capital for the entire building to be lighted up in Ghana colours.

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