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Blows over seized state cars …land cruisers sold for GH₵2,000

All seems not too well at the President’s Special Operations Unit as some of the newly recruited officials have begun trading blows over which stolen state vehicle should be confiscated and which one are untouchable, the New Crusading Guide has gathered.

Daasebre Kwabena Ahenkora, an Assistant Divisional Officer at the Kotoko International Airport, who also doubles as the National Operations Commander (Vehicle Task Force) was almost beating by the Director of Operations Lord Commey’s boys for his determination to rearrests 9 state vehicles they claimed to have earlier intercepted, and upon verification, realized did not belong to the state.

Reports reaching the New Crusading Guide indicates that last Tuesday around 1pm at the Presidency, in the glare view of onlookers, Nana Ahenkorah was confronted by one Agyapong, who questioned him over why he had to go behind them to confiscate vehicles that had already been released to their owners.

Confusion rocks concerned

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