Kotoka International Airport, in the Ghananian capital of Accra, has become the main aviation hub in West Africa after Lagos has lost its quest to win the coveted role due to liberal interpretation and implementation of aviation agreements by Ghana, according to one analyst. Economist, Bismack Rewane, told a gathering of academics and business leaders at the monthly breakfast meeting organised by the prestigious Lagos Business School that Air Canada had applied for traffic rights in Ghana (not Nigeria) seeking to penetrate into the West African market, which emphases the fact that Lagos has lost its natural position as hub
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