...158 Vehicles Carted Away By Party Activits!
THE ELECTORAL VICTORY by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has led to a monumental rape and raid of the Tema Harbour, leading to the wholesale carting way of hundreds of vehicles at very cheap prices!
Under the auspices of one Carl Wilson, Chairman of the Confiscated Vehicle Committee (CVC), who has the full and complete backing of Deputy Chief of Staff Alex Segbefia at the Castle, at least 158 vehicles confiscated to the state has been allocated at floor prices to functionaries and some media personnel of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC)!
The vehicles which were confiscated and tagged as stolen cars have now been allocated to some persons believed to be bedmates of the Atta Mills led social democrats government.
Some of these beneficiaries are Andy Kankam, Editor In-Chief of the Informer newspaper who bought a VW Golf III for GH¢2,387 and Michael Dokosi, Editor of the Daily Post newspaper who bought a Renault Megane RTE for GH¢2,434.
Eric Ametor Quarmyne formerly of the Ghana Palavar and now cooling off at the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) as its Deputy Director of Corporate Affairs and Strategic Direction got a Land Rover Free Lander for GH¢2705.5.
Yamoah Ponkoh, the Ashanti Regional Manager of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) also bought a Ford Explorer for GH¢6,450.5. Tawiah Boateng, the Eastern Regional Chairman of the NDC got a Honda Civic for GH¢2,578.
Felix Gyamfi, a staffer at the Castle also bought a Fiat Marea for GH¢2,583, whilst Madam Bolko, a former Vice Chairperson of the NDC paid GH¢7360.5 for Toyota Sequoia Wagon.
Serial caller Alfred Triddles who contested for the Deputy Propaganda Secretary and lost is also a benefactor. He paid GH¢2,980 for a Subaru Legacy.
Yamoah Ponkoh when contacted yesterday ruined insults on this reporter for wanting to know whether his acquisition was true.
He said 'you want to know for what, go and ask your stupid father. Kuranchie. to tell you' following his phone went off.
Ametor told this that "you can go ahead and write whatever you want to write'.
Andy Kankam admitted buying a VW Golf III whilst Dokosi of the Daily Post also said he was allocated a vehicle but did not go for it saying a friend of his went for it but since it was allocated to him, his friend used his name.
Tawiah Boateng admitted acquiring a vehicle but called back to ask the reporter whether he was in possession of the said document.
"Do you have a list with you, is my name on the said list, what type of car is on the list?"