- State asset retrieval task force members storm Tema safe bond yard in search of suspected missing state vehicles.
- Task force included military and national security agents set up by the Akufo-Addo led administration.
Confusion was the order of the day today when members of the government's state asset retrieval task force stormed a safe bond yard in Tema looking for much reported missing state vehicles.
According to Starr News' presidential correspondent, WIlberforce Asare who reported the affair, the task force acted based on a tip-off from an unknown source that vehicles were being stored in the yard in question.
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Things turned a little violent members of the task force attempted to retrieve a V8 model Toyota Land Cruiser with a registered number plate of GS 9427 – Z from a reluctant driver, resulting with an assault on the driver.
According to reports, the task force intends to visit several sites in Tema where they believe state vehicles are being kept in order to ascertain if there are more state vehicle to be retrieved.
The task force, which includes military and national security agents, was constituted by President Akufo Addo in order to retrieve state owned property still in the possession former government officials of the previous NDC administration.