Video: The Historic Moment JJ Rawlings Flew Plane Under The Adomi Bridge That Stunned Ghanaians

The former President of the Republic of Ghana and the Founder of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Flight Lieutenant Jerry John Rawlings was reported dead yesterday, on the 12th Of November, 2020 at 10:20 AM after suffering from a short undisclosed illness.

Jerry John Rawlings sudden departure came as one of the greatest shock to ever hit the Ghana, Africa and the world as a whole due to the greatest and irreplaceable legacy and record he have left behind in the Military and in the Legislative counsel.

Jerry John Rawlings will forever be remembered for his good leadership style who always tried his possible best to eradicate corruption, for being the first President of the 4th Republic and his initiation of the Democratic governance.

He was always for the people and made sure that equality is being observed in the country regardless of your status, you must not look down on anyone and cheat anyone. With his discipline demeanor, leaders of the country were very much hesitant to be corrupt.

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He died at the age of 73.

Meanwhile, after his demise, a video of one of his undisputed skills he had in the Airforce as a Pilot where he was displaying his piloting skills and flew under the Adomi Bridge with the plane.

The Private Plane used by JJ Rawlings is known to be one of the first fighter jets imported into the country by the late Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah in 1966. This historic event happened in 1979. The name of the Pane is called Bazuki.

It uses 312 liters of fuel at a time.

Watch the video of when JJ Rawlings touched the waters surface and flew under the Adomi Bridge at Atimpoku in the Eastern Region of Ghana.

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