Mr Joseph Ade Coker, the Greater Accra Regional Chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has indicated that the party is not intimidated by the task-force authorized by Chief of Staff, Frema Osei-Opare, to retrieve all state assets being kept by past government officials.
Speaking to Obuasi-based radio station Shaft FM, Mr Ade Coker said, “Ghana is a democratic state and every action must be guided by the laws. You cannot just wake up and go to someone’s house and take away his cars and properties. I will not call this witch hunting but it must be done by the law."
He stated that no official from the previous administration will cower before the task force, and as such the aggressive acts undertaken by the force under the guise of retrieving state property will not scare them.
Ade Coker further said that while he has no qualms with many of the government's decisions, he does not agree with their directive, and urges the Executive to find a less aggressive process to retrieve state properties if they are being kept by past officials as claimed.
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