Drag Me to Court… Kusi Boafo Dares John Mahama
THE Chief Executive of Public Sector Reforms, Thomas Kusi Boafo, has accused former President Mahama of supervising the sale of over 400 State cars to members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) just after the party lost the 2016 polls.
Boafo has dared the former president to drag him to court if the allegation is false.
Mr. Kusi Boafo has issued a similar challenge to ex-Chief of Staff, Julius Debrah, who he also accused of the car sales.
According to the Public Sector Reforms CEO, Messrs Mahama and Debrah supervised the sale of State cars to NDC members before and after the 2016 polls.
Mr. Kusi Boafo said some of the cars were looking brand new but they were sold at incredibly cheap prices to NDC members after the December 2016 polls.
“The NDC sold State cars to their members even after the 2016 presidential and parliamentary elections have been declared…On January 6 and January 5, 2017, the NDC sold some of the cars to their members and I have proof for that as I speak now”, Kusi Boafo insisted.
He continued: “over 70 cars were sold to the NDC members in between the election time in 2016, the cars were moving like toffees.
“The then Chief of Staff, Julius Debrah and ex-President Mahama, supervised the sale of those cars”, he alleged on Kessben TV in Kumasi.
Mr. Kusi Boafo added again “Office of the President supervised the sale and the Chief of Staff was the administrative boss in the car sales.
“Those who are saying I should mention names, I have mentioned the names of Messrs Mahama and Debrah and if I am lying they should take me to court”.
According to him, the then vice President, Paa Kwesi Amissah was not part of the car selling syndicate at the Presidency.
Mr. Kusi Boafo noted that vehicle brands such as Hilux, Prado and Land Cruiser were sold to the NDC members at the detriment of the state.
He said “I initially found 376 of those cars in the documents and upon further checks, I have found additional 100 of such cars, being sold to NDC members”.
By: Afia Sarpong Amankwa/ thePublisher