- Sector Commander of the GRA, Majeed Amandi has finally disclosed the mystery behind the disappearance of the 100.1 grams of a whitish substance suspected to cocaine
- He stated that it may have been stolen by officials of NACOC or possibly swept away
- Amandi further stated that, due to the small size of the substance, it could have dropped in the conference room and was swept away
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The Sector Commander of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) Customs Division, Majeed Amandi has finally revealed the mystery behind the disappearance of the 100.1 grams of a whitish substance suspected to cocaine.
He stated the substance that all of a sudden went missing may have been stolen by officials of the Narcotics Control Commission (NACOC) or swept away.
According to Amandi, the disappearance of the whitish substance was obviously a result of a well-orchestrated plan to discredit the Customs when it comes to handling narcotics.
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“It is my humble conclusion that there was a well-orchestrated plan intended to discredit the handling of intercepted narcotics by Customs,” he said.
Amandi further stated that, due to the small size of the substance, it could have dropped in the conference room and was swept away together with the rubbish unnoticed or even pilfered.
He expressed his dissatisfaction with attempts by NACOC to sabotage Customs officers.
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported, that 100.1 grams of a whitish substance suspected to be cocaine went missing at the Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority.
According to Citi News report, NACOC said the cocaine got missing on Sunday, June 7, 2020, at Aflao in the Volta Region.
The Director-General of NACOC, Francis Torkornoo stated that his officers found the substance concealed under a fuel tank after impounding a vehicle on Friday, June 2020
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