Mr. Boafo said he has given documents which contains information on the 786 cars to the Special Prosecutor, Martin Amidu.
The documents, he said, were delivered to the Special Prosecutor on Wednesday. He further indicated that should he get more information on the sale of such government vehicles, he will forward the documents to the Special Prosecutor.
During the interview with Omanhene Yaw Adu Boakye, Mr. Boafo said he wants the Special Prosecutor to find out whether there is or no policy guiding the sale of government cars.
If there is, he wants the Special Prosecutor to find out when the cars were bought, when they arrived in Ghana, when they were sold, who sold them and who allowed the cars to be sold.
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