NADMO clashes with Ghana Military over Taxi Driver who rescued 17 people under collapsed church.


2020-10-24 16:32:17

It looks like the man who rescued 17 people from the Batabi Church of prosperity has become a hot cake both for the military and NADMO over the great expertise and skills he exhibited at the collapsed church premises. Mr Kwame Appiah Kodua who is the head of NADMO in Eastern Region disclosed in an interview with Adom FM that they have held a meeting about the young man called Cote Diviore and they have finally decided to enroll him into the NADMO rescue team since the level of expertise and skills he showed at the church premises marveled them. He added that very soon, he will be called by the NADMO Boss since all his documents have been forwarded to him at Accra.

Mr Kwame Appiah Kodua insisted that there is no way the NADMO institution is going to loose Cote Divoire to the Ghana Military since they believe that he can best fit their rescue team considering the skills that he has. Even though we have heard that the military have taken his particulars, we are doing everything really quick to enroll Cote Divoire into our rescue team since he has impressed us. This has been a banter between the military and NADMO and it’s up to the heroic man in the person of Cote Divoire to decided which one of them to join. Which one of the institution do you think Cote Divoire should join dear reader? NADMO or MILITARY? Kindly leave your comments, share and follow us for more updates. Thank you.

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