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The government has set up a special task force to track and retrieve all state assets with certain individuals including ex government officials who are yet to return those assets.

The task force includes members from the Ghana Police Service, Bureau of National Investigations, the Ghana Revenue Authority (Customs Division), the Driver Vehicle Lisensing Authority and Office of the President.

A statement signed by the Chief of Staff Frema Osei-Opare stated that various state assets including landed properties and vehicles are yet to be handed over to government by individuals contrary to law.

The statement added that “persons with state properties unlawfully in their possession should endeavor to contact the task force and make arrangements to surrender same with immediate effect.”

The setting up of the Task Force comes days after some security officials stormed the residence of the National Organiser of the National Democratic Congress Kofi Adams to seize some five vehicles which allegedly belonged to the state.

The vehicles were, however, returned to Mr. Adams on the orders of the National Security Minister, Albert Kan-Dapaah.



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