An investigative committee has been set up by the Economic and Organized Crimes Office (EOCO) which has invited the former Director of Operations at National Security, Col. Michael Opoku over an alleged secret sale of fourteen confiscated vehicles.
According to Whatsup News, the immediate past Board Member of EOCO is being investigated for taking into custody a fleet of fourteen luxury cars.
The committee’s main task is to seek answers to how the fourteen cars were spirited away from Col. Opoku’s residence.
According to the source, Col. Opoku has since been transferred from Accra to Tamale, as more details emerge that despite the transfer, he is still occupying the residence of the Executive Secretary of EOCO in Accra.
The source also noted that the fourteen cars belong to some key political personalities.
The fourteen missing cars dent EOCO’s reputation since it is a firm noted in and position to help fight complex fraud and corruption in the country.
However, Col. Opoku has since confirmed to WhatsUp News that he has indeed had to answer questions over the disappearance of cars from under his roof but insists that he had not sold any luxury car.