Outspoken New Patriotic Party’s Brong Ahafo regional youth coordinator, Kwame Baffoe, popularly known as ‘Abronye DC’ has observed that the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service treated Kofi Adams with kid gloves.
He indicate that the National Organiser of the opposition National Dem ocratic Congress (NDC) was pampered over allegations he was in possession of stolen state vehicles reiterating the fact that he still has some questions to answer.
According to him, the responses to how the NDC official came by two land cruisers and three pick-ups have not been satisfactory wondering what kind of investigations the CID conducted and allowed him to take away the vehicles.
In his view the police did a very poor job indicating that the matter is currently being handled by the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) who will do justice to the matter
“CID didn’t do the work well so EOCO has taken over the matter. I don’t think the CID crosschecked the cars chassis numbers. The taskforce that seized the cars weren’t even summoned during the investigation. So how did they do that…?” he queried.
“I am saying it today and will say that he stole the cars. The cars are for Ghanaians. That’s why EOCO has taken over the matter…” he added.
He further added that, the documents Kofi Adams presented to back the claims of ownership of the cars were forged by an automobile company known to help individuals to cop stolen cars.
“It is with this that he, Abronye DC, said he has been ready to meet the NDC national organizer at the court of law but he has not been slapped with any invite to the matter…,”
“I am ready for Koku at the law court. But I have not been served. I am not afraid to say it. Wherever they forged the documents the courts will tell. There is a car company here in Ghana. They manipulate documents of the cars to aid people steal cars. I am very aware of the car company and I know they exist…” he maintained on Accra-based Neat fm.
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