Sources claim that after around 30-minutes of trip on his arrival to Accra, one of the motors of the flying machine developed a blame and went off.
Sources say the air ship needed to fly around to consume fuel before arriving at Washington.
Arrangements have anyway been made for the President and his designation to return on a business flight.
He is expected back in Accra Sunday morning via South African Airways.
This is not the first time the President jet has had challenges.
In March 2015, the Presidential Jet caught fire while attempting to take off from the Kotoka International Airport.
The Falcon 900, had been tasked to perform a special mission in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea.
Before that, on December 5, 2014, the Presidential jet carrying former President John Mahama developed a technical fault which delayed his appearance at the 30th National Farmers Day celebrations in the Western Region.
Akufo-Addo at the UN
President Akufo-Addo was at the UN on Wednesday, September 26 where he addressed the 73rd UN General Assembly.
His address touched on the anxieties concerning China’s forays into the developing world, the need for UN Reform, the wider vision of an Africa Beyond Aid, and the recent passing of former UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan.