Acting General Secretary of the ruling New Patriotic Party [NPP], John Boadu has described speculations surrounding the alleged confiscation of Kofi Adams's cars as 'useless'.
News went viral that the individuals who besieged the NDC National Organiser's house to carry out the exercise are persons from the NPP's Invisible Force.
“That kind of useless rumours makes it difficult to solve simple problems. Whiles we have to find solutions to such problems and those involved, we say useless things,” John Boadu rebutted.
His comment comes after some armed men dressed in military attire, suspected to be army personnel on Wednesday, February 1, 15 stormed the private residence of Kofi Adams at Golf City in Tema, and seized all his five vehicles.
The group were said to be in the company of four alleged National Security officers and personnel from the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA).
The vehicles, according to Kofi Adams are two (2) Land Cruisers and three (3) Pick Ups belonging to his brother.
Mr Adams, who was also the NDC's Campaign Coordinator for the 2016 elections, and is currently in Dubai, has threatened legal action when he returns to the country.
Speaking on Neat FM’s morning show dubbed 'Ghana Montie', John Boadu opined that, it will be prudent for proper investigation to be conducted rather than the unreasonable accusations.
“Since those people are not from the security forces, then we must investigate to know where they are from and who sent them,” he said.
“The NDC must stop these false accusations,” he added.
Meanwhile, the Deputy General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) is alleging that the cars seized from Kofi Adams belong to government.
“I’m telling you authoritatively that Kofi Adams's car is a Government of Ghana vehicle. It was stolen and sold,” he fumed.
He also bemoaned how the National Security office is handling the matter especially when there is "clear evidence" the cars are stolen.
“We are aggrieved and dissatisfied with how the National Security is handling the matter that is why I have come public,” he added.
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