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Ghana’s director of State protocol Hassan Ahmed suffered a humiliating protocol blip after he appeared to have been snubbed by a US announcer during the US governors’ summit Saturday which had the Ghanaian President as guest speaker.
Ambassador Ahmed who was ushering President Akufo-Addo to the podium after he was invited to speak stretched his hand to greet the announcer but was ignored repeatedly, a video of the incident has shown.
The announcer after ignoring the protocol chief gleefully went ahead to exchange pleasantries with the Ghanaian leader.
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