Nana Addo forced to use private vehicle as over 200 state vehicles MYSTERIOUSLY go missing

Nana Addo forced to use private vehicle as over 200 state vehicles MYSTERIOUSLY go missing

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has been reportedly forced to use his private vehicles for official reasons.

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Nana Addo forced to use private vehicle as over 200 state vehicles go missing

Nana Addo forced to use private vehicle as over 200 state vehicles go missing

According to the Director of Communications at the Presidency, Eugene Arhin, more than 200 vehicles belonging to the state have mysteriously gone missing.

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Arhin revealed that the cars are nowhere to found at the seat of government, Flagstaff House.

He reported that the cars, which are supposed to be a part of the presidential pool of official vehicles had "vanished" from the garage.

“President Akufo Addo is currently using a 2007 BMW model purchased by the state during the Ghana @50 celebrations...That is what he is using. So where are the cars?” he questioned.

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Eugene Arhin was speaking on the Accra-based radio station, Neat FM when he intimated that the president, when going on a long journey outside the capital, uses his own private vehicle for such official duties.

Nana Addo forced to use private vehicle as over 200 state vehicles go missing

Nana Addo forced to use private vehicle as over 200 state vehicles go missing

“Just this last week Saturday, the president had to use his private Land Cruiser for an official duty in Kyebi. That is the same Land Cruiser he used during the campaign time” he reiterated.

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The new NPP government has set up a committee to retrieve state assets suspected to be in the possession of some individuals in the previous administration

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