Kofi Adams, former spokesperson to Ex-President Jerry John Rawlings has revealed he kept a firearm in one of the cars that was taken from his house and has now explained why there was a gun in his car in the first place.
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Speaking on GH One TV’s State Of Affairs, Mr. Adams told Nana Aba Anamoah that he kept his licenced pistol in his car to prevent his children from having access to them.
“It is my personal car and nobody goes into my car when I’m not around unless I instructed you to do so. It is the safest place to keep something like a pistol because my kids go into my bedroom; it’s not too safe to keep such things there. Sometimes when playing around, kids can enter places you least expect them to.”
In an acclaimed pursuit of finding missing State vehicles, Mr. Adams’ cars were seized from his house by invisible authorities who he describes as criminals from Nana Addo’s Flagstaff House.
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He says the incident has caused him a huge financial loss and he is currently seeking justice in the Law Court.
Among some of the inconveniences caused him, he says is getting alternative transportation for his family's day to day movement.