234 state vehicles still missing at Flagstaff House
Ayikoi Otoo said 67 out of the missing 301 vehicles have been retrieved leaving the outstanding at a total of 234.
Chairman of the Executive Assets sub-committee of the Transition Team Nii Ayikoi Otoo, has confirmed that some 234 vehicles out of the list of over 700 vehicles presented to the government.
He said the task-force mandated to search for the cars also discovered some 67 other cars that were not listed in the handing over notes.
Addressing the media, Ayikoi Otoo said 67 out of the missing 301 vehicles have been retrieved leaving the outstanding at a total of 234.
"We were able to identify 67 vehicles not listed, and so if you deduct the 67 vehicles from the 301 missing vehicles, we still have 234 vehicles that could not be accounted for so the figure that came from Mr. Arhin’s office is correct, and if they want me as the Chair to confirm I am confirming, and I am saying the figure is over 200," he added.
The controversy surrounding the missing cars at the Office of the President confirms with what the Director of Communications Eugene Arhin announced that 200 official vehicles from the State pool at the Flagstaff House cannot be accounted for.
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