News coming in today indicates that a total of hundred(100) grams of a whitish substance believed to be cocaine has mysteriously disappeared from the custody of Ghana Revenue Authority.
According to the Director General of NACOC; Mr. Francis Torkornoo a team of officers under his supervision impounded a vehicle upon which further examination revealed to bare concealed whitish substance which had been carefully hidden in a false compartment within the car's fuel tank on 5th June 2020 at the border of Aflao.
He explained that extraction of the well packaged substances brought to bear several parcels of the said items and a sum of money.
He explained that an indecision of NACOC as to whether to send the said substances right away to Accra for investigation or not led to the disappearance of 100 grams of the said product after it was out of the bulk as had earlier been inspected after it was stored up by the GRA.
He further established that, his team members took a stance not to sign the package description for it to be forwarded if the said quantum of cocaine is not retrieved from where it has mysteriously passed.
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