The Flagstaff House has returned the five cars soldiers seized from the house of Kofi Adams, the national organiser of the National Democratic Congress (NDC).
The National Security Minister, Albert Kan Dapaah, apologised to Kofi Adams, for the conduct of the soldiers, numbering about 15, went to the NDC organiser's house in the company of some officials of the Driver and Vehicle Licencing Authority (DVLA) and made away with three pick-up vehicles, a Toyota Land Cruiser, and one other vehicle.
He called Kofi Adams, who is currently in Dubai, on phone and apologised for the raid, which the minister said he did not authorise.
He said he had ordered that the vehicles be immediately returned and that the officers who undertook the raid would be sanctioned.
Kofi Adams told Accra-based Radio Gold that the cars were returned to his house about 11pm on Wednesday night.
However, he said his caretaker insisted that the cars be taken to the police station for an inventory to be taken since none was taken during the raid.