Deputy General Secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Koku Anyidoho says the New Patriotic Party (NPP) claim that about 200  state cars are missing is part of an agenda to import luxurious cars into the country ahead of the ‘Ghana @ 60’ celebrations in  March.

His comment comes after the Director of Communications at the Presidency, Eugene Arhin, revealed that, “the President of the Republic currently has virtually only one vehicle at his disposal. This is the BMW vehicle which was purchased in 2007 during the Ghana at 50 celebrations”.

But according to the NDC man, the allegation is part of a propaganda to counter all forms of criticisms against the government when the citizenry realizes they are failing to fulfill their ‘juicy’ promises during the 2016 electioneering campaign.

“The missing cars saga is just an excuse for the NPP to buy and import series of luxurious vehicles for Ghana at 60 at their comfort – blaming the NDC for stealing governmental cars so that Ghanaians don’t say a word at their formulated propaganda…,” he revealed.

“The reality is dawning on everyone. Ghanaians will judge when the right time comes. They will never reduce tax. The importation fee at Tema harbor will even rise up. NPP is making it obvious they can’t fulfill any of their promises…,” he maintained on Neat FM.

Nevertheless, Mr. Anyidoho added that, if the NPP’s taskforce claims they have a list to locate the missing cars, then they should make strong efforts to retrieve them.

“Where are the cars? There are inventory in the handling over notes so I am a bit confused. They said they know where the vehicles are so why don’t they go and retrieve them. What’s the sense in stealing the cars whiles accounting for them in the handing over notes…?” he asked.

“I don’t support anyone going away with state asset likewise I won’t support the capricious use of power to harass innocence Ghanaians. I won’t be surprised if they bring in cars but the fact that they want to sway their justifications on NDC, why…?” he quizzed.

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