- Amadu Sulley was recently relieved of his post at the Electoral Commission
- The letter signed by the director of administration asked the former deputy to return the cars with immediate effect
The Electoral Commission (EC) has asked a former deputy commissioner Amadu Sulley, to return official vehicles that were given to him. This is according to a letter signed by the director of administration of the EC.
Mr. Sulley's appointment was terminated by President Akufo-Addo together with his then boss, Charlotte Osei. Another deputy, Georgina Opoku Amankwah, was also sacked from her role at the commission.
According to citinewsroom.com, Mr Sulley has since refused to return the said cars. The situation has thus forced the EC to officially write to him to demand the vehicles.
The letter which was dated August 14 2018, asked the former deputy to return the cars with immediate effect.
It reportedly read: “I have been directed to ask you to return the two official vehicles currently in your possession to the Commission...The vehicles in question are Toyota Land Cruiser Prado with registration number GN 2147 – 13 and Audi A6 saloon car with registration number GX 863 – 15"
The two cars are a Toyota Land Cruiser Prado and an Audi A6 Saloon Car. They were Amadu Sulley's official cars during his active days with the Commission.
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