Video: Gov’t recalls 25 Covid-19 cars from NCCE over “urgent business”



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 25 out of the 50 vehicles given to the National Commission on Civic Education (NCCE) for its operation have been recalled by government.

This was made known by the Chairperson of the Commission, Madam Josephine Nkrumah at a news conference in Accra Tuesday.

It will be recalled that President Akufo-Addo in June this year, presented 50 Isuzu vehicles through the Office of the Chief of Staff to support the Commission’s public education campaign on COVID-19.

This was in addition to a cash amount of GHS2,517,000 the commission received as part of the government’s  support for the Commission to facilitate its work on COVID-19 across the country.

However, barely four months after the commission received the vehicles, government has recalled half of the fleet for an ‘’urgent business”

Listen to the chairperson of the commission providing details on the reasons for government’s action. She was answering a question posed by Atinka TV’s Abubakar Sarpong

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