Military men have alleged seized a 2016 registered BMW 7 series from the wife of former National Democratic Congress (NDC), Yaw Boateng Gyan.
According to reports the vehicle - which was stationed at a mechanic's garage - was taken by three army men on Friday February 10th, 2017, who are allegedly part of the Assets taskforce formed by the presidency to retrieve property belonging to the state from former government officials.
"The soldiers seized the car together with two police officers and two plain-clothed men with reason that it looked like a state vehicle."
Speaking on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen on Tuesday, 14 February, the former NDC executive said that the vehicle was later returned to him on Monday, February 13th, after he rushed to Accra from the Brong Ahafo Region to furnish the vehicle's paperwork as the task force demanded.
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This follows the seize and then subsequent release of the current NDC National Organizer, Kofi Adam's vehicles - five vehicles to be exact - and, again, subsequently released them back to him.
Other than Mr. Kofi Adams and Mr. Yaw Boateng Gyan's wife's vehicle, former aid to the former Vice President of Ghana, Mr. James Agyenim-Boateng's vehicle was also siezed by agents of the government's asset retrieval task force.
According to the Presidency, there are 208 state vehicles are missing.