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Setting the records straight
Apparently our folks in government haven’t got a thick skin (elephants without thick skin?) They are not only afraid of JM 2020, but they are also unable to take JM’s messages on the campaign tour.
It is also obvious that the notice we served on Vice President Bawumia in that press statement that we will respond to him in equal measure has unsettled them.
All of a sudden, they are claiming on radio that I have in my possession a vehicle belonging to the state.
For the avoidance of doubt, I do not have possession of any vehicle belonging to the state. Who does not know that armed soldiers from the seat of govenment stormed my home to forcibly collect two vehicles from me in February 2017?
Those vehicles were investigated by the Police CID headquarters, following which they were returned to me. Fortunately, the present head of Police CID was very much involved in that investigation and subsequent release of the cars.
It therefore beats my mind that all of a sudden (and two years into a tenure of four years), govenment is claiming that I have a vehicle belonging to the state. I do not have any such vehicle.
If this is intended to court controversy for me and to be cowed, then government got it all wrong!
In the mean time, the John Mahama 2020 campaign is thickening with thunderous support and goodwill. He is coming back!