The suspended General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Kwabena Agyei Agyepong has denied receiving a car as gift from President John Mahama.
The allegation of a vehicle being dashed to the suspended Chief Scribe of the largest opposition party was one of the issues raised against him at the Disciplinary Committee (DC) of the party, ahead of his suspension.
He was however unable to convince the DC that he bought the car himself and had official documents to back his claim.
Read unedited Minutes about what transpired at the meeting with the DC
1.6 Suspected Compromise
The General Secretary Kwabena Agyapong must come clean to purge himself from the allegation that he has been given a vehicle from the NDC/Mahama.
The ex-General Secretary of the NDC, Dr, Josiah Aryeh, was accused of having received
a “gift” of only US $1,000.00 from Mr. Stephen Ntim, ex-First Deputy Chairman of the NPP and was asked to resign by the committee set up NDC to look into the matter.
Similarly, the then Deputy General Secretary of the NDC, Kofi Adams was suspended upon mere suspicion of his relationship with some elements within the NPP – a sign of a serious political party.
It has been alleged that our General Secretary Mr. Kwabena Agyapong has been dashed/ given a vehicle worth between USD $80,000.00 to 10,000.00 by NDC/ President Mahama, which he has denied on Kwesi Pratt’s show Hot issues on TV3.
However, documents sighted by us show the following,
Vehicle Reg. No. GM 615-14
Chassis No. JTMHVO912E4128711
Owner: STELIN AUTOMATIVE AND TRADING CO.
Directors SETH STEPHEN FIATI (50%) AND CECILIA LINDA (50%)
Secretaries of Stelin REGINALD KPAKPO AND DEMPSON THOMPSON
Address P.O Box 19941, Accra North
Our covert information reveals that Seth Stephen Fiati gave the vehicle to Mr. Kwabena Agyapong and it is alleged that he, Fiati was introduced to Kwabena Agyapong by one Mr. Tommy Amametekpor. It is again alleged that the said Stelin Automative Company belongs to Mr. John Dramani Mahama. We therefore request NEC to set committee to investigate the issues raised and act on it.
KAA….. I have many cars and very capable to buy any other car. I have the document about the car which am ready submit it to the committee. Read the content Dr. Addo Kuffuor…. Kwabena can you give the document you are reading….
KAA…..i will! I have paid for the car
Dr. Addo Kuffuor…. Yes but I want to read the document myself
KAA….ok! handed it to Dr. Addo Kuffuor
Dr. Addo Kuffuor…but Kwabena these are not official documents….they are not stamped and it is very difficult for me to accept this as official….
KAA…. Well if you doubt the authenticity of the documents… I can take you to the company to verify….i bought the car myself. There is letterhead of the company…
Dr. Addo Kuffuor…oh please! I can get letterhead from anywhere…..i have worked in many organizations and letterhead alone cannot mean as official or guinea. If these are official documents, then it must stamped else I cannot accept it….anybody can get letterhead through backdoor.
Rev. Asante Antwi…… the car is registered in your wife’s name?
KAA…..yes! all cars are registered in my wife name because I don’t want my family members to worry her when I am dead.
Rev. Asanti Antwi….. hmmmm I see. You are wise and good husband.
Prof. Oquaye….and how much is the car GS?
KAA…. I am still negotiating with the company.
Prof. Oquaye…and you have paid all these huge amount according to yourself without reaching the exact amount of the car? Do you do any other job apart from your position as the General Secretary? Do you see the legal implication of all these huge amounts you’re quoting?
KAA….i saved money when I was the press secretary to ex-president Kuffuor…
Chris …Mr. we are making this urgent appeal to your committee (NEC) to instigate further as to the basis of which our GS is driving the said car.
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