Credible Information gathered by RadioXYZonline.com indicates that President John Mahama will move to the Flagstaff House by end of this week.
Reliable sources said the President was ready to move to the multi-million edifice which had been left for over four years since the late President Mills declined to relocate there upon the advice of his security chiefs.
Sources at the Castle confirmed to RadioXYZonline.com that some auxiliary offices had already been moved to the Flagstaff House and had started official work there.
It is however unclear if the President would also move into the official presidential residence located within the compound of the Flagstaff House immediately to enable his current official residence to be prepared for the Vice President.
The President still occupies the official residence of the Vice President at Cantonments which he would have to vacate to make way for his vice, Paa Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur.
The Vice President late last year moved into his office at the Flagstaff House after he was sworn-in.
The President’s relocation would end the controversy surrounding his decision to move into the much criticized Flagstaff House.
The President last year stated that an interim committee formed to examine the place has given the go ahead for him to move and make use of the facility as the permanent abode of government.