Joshua Hamidu Akamba, the Deputy National Organiser for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has disclosed to Neat FM in an interview that former president Jonh Dramani Mahama instructed all his appointees, including party executive to return government vehicles in their possession to the state before leaving office thus he finds it incomprehensible that some members within his party have flouted the directive.
“The former president held a meeting with everyone in the party and his government and us to return state cars in our possession to the new government. So I don’t know why one will keep those cars for the state to chase them for it. Why do you have to keep state property? That is seriously dishonest on the side of those keeping state property. They should bow their heads down in shame.
It will be recalled that national security personnel invaded the house of Kofi Adams to retrieve state cars in his possession. This was after it was discovered that several cars numbering about 200 are with some government officials of the erstwhile government.
The situation has angered Mr. Akamba who concluded that, “If you are not a government appointee, don’t drive state cars. That is my policy and principle.”