- NIA has left more than 50 vehicles to rot
- The 2014-registered vehicles consist of 50 Nissan pickups, three buses, three vans and one saloon vehicle
Over 50 vehicles consisting of Nissan pickups, buses, vans and saloon cars have been left to rot at the he headquarters of the National Identification Authority (NIA).
According to a CitiNews report, the vehicles which are registered 2014 were procured by the NDC administration.
The report also noted that the NIA have purchased newer versions of the abandoned vehicles for its operations.
The market price of one of the Deluxe Nissan vehicles is estimated at $25,000.
Meanwhile, the Authority has declined to respond to Citi News‘ findings and also why the old vehicles were not repaired and auctioned before the new ones were procured?
The National Identification Authority is mandated to carry out the nationwide registration exercise for the Ghana Card; an instant, free multipurpose national ID card for Ghanaians.
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