- 400 tricycles worth GH¢2 million have been allegedly stolen from the office of the Northern Development Authority
- The tricycles were allegedly stolen from the office of the authority on October 27, 2019
- The CID has been tasked to investigate circumstances under which some 400 tricycles were allegedly stolen
Information reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that tricycles and motorbikes worth GH¢2 million have been allegedly stolen from the office of the Northern Development Authority.
According to a report sighted on Pulse.com.gh, the tricycles were allegedly stolen from the office of the Authority on October 27, 2019.
About 700 motorcycles and 200 extra tricycles could not be traced.
The report also revealed that among all the three deputy CEOs, two of them took away one hundred tricycles each without paying.
Meanwhile, the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) has been tasked to investigate circumstances under which some 400 tricycles were allegedly stolen.
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The CID in a statement signed by its Regional Crime Officer, K Otuo Acheampong, requested that some persons be released to assist in the investigations of the missing tricycles.
This follows a letter filed by the then Chief Executive Officer of the Northern Development Authority, Dr. Alhaji Abdel-Majeed Haroun, chronicling how the tricycles were stolen.
In December 2019, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo revoked the appointment of the CEO of the NDA, Dr. Alhaji Abdel-Majeed Haroun.
In a letter dated December 12, 2019, and signed by the Secretary to the President, Nana Bediatuo Asante, no reason was given for the revocation of the appointment of Dr. Haroun.
His dismissal might, however, be linked to the missing vehicles.
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In other news, data analysis of the Ghana Statistical Service on inflation for 2019, has revealed that, over the past 12 months, the Greater Accra region was the most expensive region for consumers.
The country’s statistical agency released its December 2019 data which showed that inflation in Greater Accra stood at 12 percent, while the overall national average was 7.9 percent.
Greater Accra was followed by the Upper West Region — ranked as the poorest region according to the Ghana Poverty Mapping Report, which came in with an average of 10.1 percent.
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