Kofi Adams, the national organiser of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has accused the government of sending soldiers to raid his house.
Kofi Adams told Accra-based Asempa FM on Wednesday that soldiers, numbering about 15, went to his house in the company of some officials of the Driver and Vehicle Licencing Authority (DVLA) and made away with three pick-up vehicles and two Toyota Land Cruiser vehicles, which he said belonged to his brother.
The NDC organiser, who is currently in Dubai and spoke to Asempa FM on phone, said the soldiers physically assaulted his security guard before making away with the vehicles.
The soldiers, according to Adams, said they were taking the cars to the Flagstaff House.
The public affairs directorate of the Ghana Armed Forces has, however, denied that its soldiers were sent on such a mission.