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Sundry Account was for Corporate Social Responsibility: Kofi Adams

JoJoe Bucknor-Baffoe//jojoemakorlly@gmail.com

The National Organizer for the National Democratic Congress NDC has disclosed that, the alleged 40 million transferred into the former Chief of Staff Sundry Account was part of Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation’s BOST Corporate Social Responsibility to the nation.

Mr. Kofi Adams in an interview with Kwasi Aboagye on Neat FM said, the decision was taken by the board of BOST at that time to support the Security Sector fuel vehicles for operational purposes.

“we sat as a board to use the money in collaboration with fuel distributors to supply fuel to the security services’ vehicles to help them discharge their mandatory duties as part of our corporate social responsibilities”

He said this in reaction to the petition by a group calling itself Center for National Affairs to the Special Prosecutor’s office to investigate the purpose for setting and channeling 40 million into the Sundry Account of former Chief of Staff Julius Debrah.

According to the group, the former BOST managing director Kingsley Awuah-Darko transferred over 40 million into the then Chief of Staff’s Sundry Account which was under investigation by EOCO in 2017

Mr. Kofi Adams, former board member of BOST, said every process and details of the account was handed over to the current regime but have failed to review the documentations.

Mr. Adams highlighted that, “there was a report then on the challenges Security Services were facing in fueling vehicles for patrol purposes on high roads and fighting crimes and so, the reason for creating the account”

He urged the group to probe into the evaporated 671,000 liters of fuel that recently occurred at BOST since the government has not dealt with the issues as it is supposed to handled.
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