NADMO Boss Arrested For Stealing Relief Items from Accra Flood Victims

News reaching Starr News desk has it that the National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO) coordinator for Ga East David Dramani has been arrested for allegedly stealing relief items for disaster victims.


According to Starr News

Starr News can confirm Dramani was picked up by the national security Monday at his office. Staff of NADMO at Ga East have also confirmed the development to Starr News.

Dramani was picked up for allegedly stealing and selling the relief items meant for the June 3 disaster victims. His arrest follows an investigation by the Greater Accra NADMO after Starr News uncovered massive diversion of relief items at the Ga East and Central outfits of the disaster management body last month.

“He was taking some of the relief items to somewhere nobody knows and he was intercepted by the national security people,” a staff of NADMO confided in Starr News.

The staff alleged Dramani is known for hoarding relief items to himself and “after the June 3 disaster he kept the things somewhere and at the Dome office, and he was picking them one after the other. Nobody knows where he sends them and I’m not surprised at all.”

“He claims people are jealous about him and even told us to go and look for such post and get those items. He never gives the items to the disaster victims.”

Meanwhile, the Greater Accra regional coordinator for NADMO Daniel Mensah has assured Starr News of his outfit’s resolve to investigate the issue further.

Source: Starr News

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