Kennedy Agyapong after Stelin Automotive Company, not Ibrahim Mahama

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Kennedy Agyapong after Stelin Automotive Company, not Ibrahim MahamaClaims made by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Member of Parliament for Assin Central Kennedy Agyapong on Oman Fm’s Boiling Point last Thursday has been proven to a complete opposite o the truth.

Mr Agyepong revealed that Stelin Automotive and Trading Company in 2012 paid only GH¢ 10,000 to clear six (6) Toyota Hilux pick-up vehicles belonging to Mr Ibrahim Mahama’s Engineers & Planners but the statement has been proven not to be true.

“That Stelin Company, we will go after them… Ibrahim imported Hilux. When I talk they say it’s because he is richer than me that’s why I talk about him… Someone whose brother is President, and wants to be President again… this thing he did in 2012 I will talk”, Mr Kennedy Agyapong declared on Oman FM.

“Ibrahim brought in those six Hilux pickups. Do you know the duty Engineers and Planners paid? They paid 10,000 cedis.. I swear to God… I am not against Ibrahim, I am against Steling Company… I want the customs officer to be interrogated”, he added.

Documents with receipts sighted by netbuzzafrica.com reveals otherwise. Stelin Automotive and Trading Company actually paid GH¢10,424.16 for each of the Toyota Hilux Pick up and not GH¢ 10,000 for all the six (6) as stated by the honourable Minister Kennedy agyepong.

It has been established that the vehicles with chassis numbers MROFR22G3C0679730, MROFR22G679726, MROFR22G679638, MROFR22G679533, MROFR22G679810 and MROFR22G67921 were all cleared at a total cost of GH¢62, 544.96 through Customs Excise and Preventive Service (CEPS) Ecobank account.

It is unclear where the maverick lawmaker got his information from but checks at CEPS in Tema further revealed that the amount was paid in full before the vehicles were released to the clearing agent, Stelin Automotive, and Trading Company.

It also emerged that an SMS code was one of the surest ways to find out the appropriate duties of vehicles processed by the Customs. By texting the chassis numbers to the shortcode 1477 one can received details of duties processed by the CEPS. Any car whose duty has not been paid will be exposed by the system’s shortcode of 1477. Kennedy Agyapong after Stelin Automotive Company, not Ibrahim MahamaKennedy Agyapong after Stelin Automotive Company, not Ibrahim MahamaKennedy Agyapong after Stelin Automotive Company, not Ibrahim MahamaKennedy Agyapong after Stelin Automotive Company, not Ibrahim MahamaKennedy Agyapong after Stelin Automotive Company, not Ibrahim Mahama


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