Alhaji Mohammed Nasiru, a member of the Communication team of the largest opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has shot down reports that Gh¢2.7 million is missing from its coffers.
The Herald newspaper, a few days ago alleged the whereabout of Gh¢2.7 million which was refunded by the Electoral Commission (EC) after the 2020 general election was not known.
Its report claims that, "Sometime last year, the EC paid nearly GH¢2.7 million to the NDC, as a refund of the filing fees paid by its 2020 presidential candidate, John Dramani Mahama, and its parliamentary candidates ahead of the December 7, polls".
However, that money can't be found in its account according to the Herald newspaper.
However, reacting to this during a panel discussion on Peace FM's morning show 'Kokrokoo', Alhaji Nasiru wondered how "an outsider will come into one's house and tell him or her that money is missing".
" . . has the NDC said money is missing? Why would someone come from outside to tell us that our money is missing when we don't know. I've not sat in any meeting where it has been announced that money is missing," he said.
According to him, it is not easy to take money out of NDC's account; hence it cannot be true that money will just vanish like that.
Listen to him in the video below
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