Former NDC Ministers home raided in search for missing state vehicles

Former NDC Ministers home raided in search for missing state vehicles

Members of the President's Asset Retrieval Task Force have stormed Former deputy local government minister, Mr. Emmanuel Kwadwo Agyekum's home in search of missing state vehicles.

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Former NDC Ministers home raided in search for missing state vehicles
Emmanuel Kwadwo Agyekum, former Deputy Local Government Minister

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According to Mr. Agyekum, nine members of the President's Asset Retrieval Task Force led by one Mr. Daasebre Kwabena Ahenkorah, leader of the task force, descended upon his residence in the early hours of Tuesday, March 28th.

Mr. Agyekum, speaking on Kasapa FM's Anopa Kasapa Morning show, stated that the operatives - 6 muscled men, two policemen and Mr. completely rifled through his Ashongman Estates home in an unsuccessful attempt to find missing statement vehicles.

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The former deputy minister stated that the entire affair was a "poor spectacle", adding that the "macho men" almost assaulted his wife for simply demanding a search warrant from the operatives. The task force operatives further stated that the raid on Mr. Agyedum's home was sanctioned by the Flagstaff House.

“Apart from the leader of the group, one Ahenkorah who showed his ID in the process, the rest of the men were without any ID, including the two uniformed police men. They claimed the operations in my home was sanctioned by the Flagstaff House.”

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“I never had in my possession the Land Cruiser Prado and Toyota Camry they were looking for. When they took my car papers and saw that everything was okay, they told me they would have to do a photocopy of it and return it later.

"I suspect this false information was given to them by my neighbours. The Prado I had in my possession was for the government which I returned long ago before January 7.”

Mr. mmanuel Kwadwo Agyekum further stated that his children were forced to forfeit school as a result of this morning's incident.

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