Missing tricycles: NPP's Kandahar reportedly in possession of missing 400 tricycles

Missing tricycles: NPP's Kandahar reportedly in possession of missing 400 tricycles

- A pro-NPP militia group, Kandahar Boys, are reportedly responsible for the 400 missing tricycles

- The Kandahar boys allegedly forced their way into the Northern Development Authority's premises and took away 400 tricycles without approval

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Information reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that a militia group aligned to the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kandahar Boys, are responsible for the 400 missing tricycles which was reported in the news.

According to a Joy News report, the Kandahar boys allegedly forced their way into the premises of Northern Development Authority and took away 400 tricycles without any approval.

Executive Director for CALID, Mohammed Awal Bapio, said he saw the containers there on October 26, 2019, but when he asked the landlord, who rented part of the space in the property to the group, he confirmed that they were bringing items to the premises.

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“I know that 10 containers are seated here but as to how many tricycles I don’t know,” Bapio stated.

Awal Bapio stated that his accountant asked one of the individuals who transported the containers to the premises to disclose the content of the container.

It was at that point they got to know that the containers were holding some tricycles.

The reporter said that some members belonging to the Kandahar Boys group told him indeed the tricycles were in the containers they took from the NDA’s premises.

The journalist added that some persons who bought them confirmed to him that persons connected to the Kandahar Boys sold the tricycles to them.

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In other news, former Ghana coach, James Kwesi Appiah has revealed that former president John Dramani Mahama was the reason why he was sacked in 2014 after Ghana’s shambolic performance at the FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

Kwesi Appiah in his book titled, "Leaders Don’t Have To Yell" stated that, then-President John Mahama asked former Ghana football boss, Kwesi Nyantakyi to sack him after the Black Stars returned from Brazil.

“To anyone who was objectively looking at the facts of the circumstances surrounding Brazil 2014, it was obvious that my termination was an attempt by the powers-that-be to shift blame away from themselves,” Appiah wrote.

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