- Mr. Kwame Baffoe has denied allegations that he slammed President Nana Akufo Addo
- He said his decision to quit the task force is because seized vehicles are being returned by officials at the Flagstaff House
New Patriotic Party (NPP) Brong Ahafo Regional Youth Organizer, Mr. Kwame Baffoe, has disputed reports that he allegedly took a swipe at President Akufo Addo following his decision to quit the Vehicle Retrieval Task Force.
Following reports of Mr. Kwame Baffoe's - AKA Abronye DC - intent to quit the Presidency's Vehicle Retrieval Task Force, subsequent reports had it that the Maverick NPP official quit the task force because "he does not like foolish orders from Nana Addo and Flagstaff House".
Initially asked why he quit the Vehicle Retrieval Task Force including allegations that repossessed vehicles in his task force's possession were being sold, he categorically denied.
“Let me use your platform to tell those officials at the Flagstaff House that most of the confiscated cars are parked at the Regional Coordinating Council," he said.
He went on to say that he no longer cared if state officials stole state vehicles, whether they were NPP or NDC, that they could go ahead and take vehicles for all he cares.
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Mr. Baffoe's decision to quit the task forces was followed by comments from the Vehicle Retrieval Task Force's National Operations Commander, Mr. Desabre Kwabena Ahenkora, who stated that officials at the Flagstaff House have been hampering his outfit's efforts.
Commenting on the allegation that he had bad mouthed President Nana Akufo Addo, Mr. Baffoe categorically denied the allegation, saying that he did no such thing.
"Please ignore anything you do not hear straight from the horse’s mouth I categorically deny all allegations," he said emphatically.
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