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Missing Vehicles Saga: Former Chief of Staff should be answerable – Administrator General

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The Administrator General, David Yaro has said the former Chief of Staff should be answerable if indeed some vehicles have gone missing from the Presidency. According to him, the former chief of staff was responsible for the assets at the presidency and signed the handing over notes which were later given to the new administration.

In an interview with Accra-based Class FM Friday February 10, 2017, Mr. Yaro maintained that details of all state vehicles were captured in the handing over notes and as such, can be traced if not found.
He advised the current Chief of Staff to identify those vehicles in the handing over notes that cannot be found at the presidency in order to bring finality to the matter.

On the issue of the task force set up to retrieve state assets, Mr. Yaro said his outfit only handles the database of government assets and is not in anyway mandated to retrieve them according to the transition act.

Source: www.TopNewsGhana.com/Ghana

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