Ghanaians were in outright shock when they got wind of the news that 105,927 litres of gas, 18 drums of electrical cables amongst other important things disappeared into thing air. This development has and will cost the nation big time.
Today, Okoe Boye and Murtala Mohammed joined Johnnie Hughes on the New Day show. Dr. Okoe Boye expressed his disappointment at this news. He alleged that despite the tight security presence at TOR, some people conspired for that to happen. He later urged TOR to reveal the time periods or intervals in which the 'vanishing and disappearing' happened. This request from Okoe Boye meant an indirect proposal that it happened way back when Mahama was president. According to him, that will help prevent further thefts.
Reacting to that, Murtala Mohammed boldly declared that all these happened under Nana Addo's administration and no one else. "Leave Mahama out of this. The vanishing happened under Nana Addo's administration"
Murtala also blamed the current leadership of TOR.
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