The Flagstaff House was reconstructed and commissioned by the Kufour-led Administration in November 2008.
Early 2009, the Atta Mills led administration moved the office of the President to the Osu Castle.
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After changing the office of president to a different location, the then President John Evans Atta Mills made a proposal that the name Flagstaff House should be changed because it was a name given to the presidential office by the colonial masters of the country.
In 2013, the presidential offìce was moved back to the Flagstaff House after the former President John Dramani Mahama took over from Atta Mills after his demise.
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On 29th March 2018, the name Flagstaff House was changed to the Golden Jubilee House by the sitting President Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo.
Officially, it is the presidential palace which serves as the residence of the office of the President.
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The reconstructed Jubilee House was built on the land of a building that was previously constructed by the British government.
It is located at Kanda close to the 37 Millitary Hospital. According to reports gathered by Tapnewsgh, the reconstruction of the Jubilee House was estimated at $50 million.
The reconstruction was supervised by an Indian contractor with the help of Ghanaian sub-contractors