- Mr Kusi Boafo is accusing the NDC under John Mahama, of turning the Presidency into a transit where car deals were sealed
- The NPP man says Mahama and Julius Debrah supervised 'corrupt' car deals at the Flagstaff House
A top member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has threatened to expose former President John Mahama of some ‘shady’ car deals under his administration.
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According to the Chief Executive of Public Sector Reforms, Thomas Kusi Boafo, he has some credible documents that prove that the Mahama-led administration sold over 376 state vehicles to themselves, their family and friends.
Mr Boafo had earlier on accused former Chief of Staff, Julius Debrah, and Former President John Mahama of auctioning some special purpose state cars at a cheaper price, barely six months after their arrival from Dubai.
The NPP man in his accusations insisted that in 2016 alone, John Mahama administration sold as many as 129 brand new cars that were manufactured in 2015 at an auction.
But the former Chief of Staff Julius Debrah in a reaction on the matter has rubbished the allegations.
Mr Debrah in a press statement on Monday indicated that all allegations leveled against him by Thomas Kusi Boafo are totally false and malicious.
”Under no circumstance and at no time during my tenure as Chief of Staff or the previous government was any such vehicle either bought or sold at the price quoted by Kusi Boafo. His claims in that regard are therefore totally false and malicious,” the statement added.
However, speaking on Accra-based Kasapa FM, on Tuesday , Kusi Boafo reiterated that he has in his possession, a dossier that covered the tainted deals of all the vehicles that were cheaply sold by the Mahama administration.
“I was even charitable with the information given earlier. In 2016 they sold as many as 129 cars that were manufactured in 2015. It’s very sad that cars which were procured by the former administration were sold back to suppliers at a ridiculously low prices, some within just 14 days intervals of buying,” he said.
Kusi Boafo also insisted that, “Some of the vehicles were very special vehicles with high specs from Dubai but were auctioned cheaply in six months. For me, as an auditor, a professional Accountant with over 19 years experience on the job, you’ll expect that I’ll raise pertinent questions on such clandestine deals that cars that were procured at such huge prices will be sold within a period of 6 months.”
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