Top NPP woman accuses CS, others of selling action cars to family & friends

An active member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) popularly known as Hajia Fati has alleged that most of the cars meant for auction to the general public are sold out to family and friends by the Chief of Staff Frema Opare and others. According to her, the NPP the Committee in charge of selling auctioned cars to the public, led by Madam Frema Opare, dropped her name because of their “family and friends dealings”

She made this known while speaking on Neat FM’s Morning Show. Hajia Fati’s comments follow threats by Auditor-General to surcharge officials of GRA for failing to account for over 1,000 vehicles auctioned by the Auctions Unit of the Customs Division of GRA between 2015 and 2017. “If they want the honest truth then they should know that, the auctioned cars are being sold to family and friends like groundnuts and maize.

Hajia Fati

Nana Obiri is very greedy with the selling of the cars because he had nothing when he returned back to the party, if party members are not careful, Nana Obiri will collapse the party, he even said Nana Addo cannot be president, I don’t know why he is brought back by the Chief of Staff to destroy the party,” she said.

In other news, Former president John Dramani Mahama has clarified that he does not intend to scrap the Free Senior High School (SHS) programme, rather insisting the policy is “here to stay”.

According to him, the Free SHS programme is underpinned and guaranteed by the 1992 Constitution of Ghana and therefore cannot be overturned by any government. Mahama was speaking at the 27th Annual Residential Delegates Congress organised by the Ghana National Union of Technical University Students in Kumasi.

Source: Yen Ghana


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