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31-Jan-2018  
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The largest opposition political party, has therefore dared the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) to name a single NDC member that bought any State vehicle.

Kwaku Boahen, Deputy National Communications Manager of the NDC, threw the challenge to the NPP.

According to the NDC, the NPPs continual allegation that the NDC sold some state vehicles to its members at the later stages of their reign is blatant false.

The NDC has therefore challenged the NPP to name the NDC members, who are in charge of missing state cars now or forever remain quiet.

NPPs Allegation

Odeneho Nana Oppong, who is the Director of Transport at the Flagstaff House in Accra, had accused the NDC of selling state cars to its members.

He alleged that the vehicles were sold cheaply to the NDC members under the watch of ex-President Mahama and Julius Debrah, ex-Chief of Staff.

Odeneho Nana Oppong threatened that the NPP administration was not treating the case with kid’s glove, saying the buyers would be nabbed.

NDCs Response

Kwaku Boahen, who is very outspoken, stated that there is no iota of truth in the wild rumours that the NPP strong man had spilled out on air.

According to him, the NPP wants to cover the hardship in the country with the wild allegations, stressing that the NDC did not sell state cars to its members.

Meanwhile, Odeneho Nana Oppong, has assured that he has the list of NDC people in possession of state cars and he will publish their names soon.
 
 
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