President John Mahama’s Selfie Stick Stolen | Reports to Police & Investigation Started
The President of Ghana-H.E John Dramani Mahama is deeply upset about what seems to be an internal thievery—his well cherished selfie stick which he bought on a trip to Dubai has been stolen, ScrewLife.Com has learnt.
The president loves his social media and as a youthful president, he also loves to own trendy gadgets to get involve in the associated craze.
Therefore, he was extremely excited when he purchased his first selfie-stick in Dubai—which we are told he constantly uses to take smiling photos at the Flag Staff House.
Sadly, the president turned up to work this week and as always, decided to take his morning selfie but could not find his stick anywhere.
After a thorough search of the premises, it became apparent that the selfie stick had disappeared.
Quickly, the Inspector General of Police was informed and a team of stolen goods experts have been assembled to investigate and fish out the selfie thief.
The stolen selfie stick has really affected president Mahama’s ability to work effectively—and if not found, it would very likely get worse and Ghanaians will have to face a new layer of hardship, our source said.