The Vehicle Taskforce at the Presidency on Monday stormed the residence of the aspiring Deputy Communication Officer of the NDC, who was a member of the Montie 3, Godwin Ako Gunn, to retrieve a vehicle suspected to be ‘stolen’ from the presidential vehicle pool.

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The Commander of Taskforce, Daasebre Kwabena Ahinkra, who revealed this to Adom News said over 200 cars went missing after the opposition National Democratic Congress was voted out of power.

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He maintains that the car they inspected in the house of Ako Gunn is a state car.

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He noted that Godwin Ako Gunn failed to show custom duty papers of the car while their investigations showed that the vehicle was registered in the name of the state.

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Daasebre Kwabena Ahinkra said Ako Gunn will be invited soon to return the vehicle.

Responding to the allegations, Godwin Ako Gunn said the vehicle was not stolen from the presidency.

 




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