- Kofi Adams has sued Major General Obed Akwa, Abronye DC, and a GAF captain station in Burma Camp
- He says a pistol and cash went missing from his vehicles after they were seized by state officials
The seizure of his vehicles occured in February
Mr. Kofi Adams, National Organizer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), has filed a complaint at the Human Rights Division of the Accra High Court regarding the seizure of his vehicles by the Asset Retrieval Task Force.
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The suit has been lodged against Chief of Defense Staff (CDS), Major General Obed Akwa, Captain Anane Tandoh of the Defense Mechanical Transport Unit stationed at Burma Camp, as well as the New Patriotic Party's Brong Ahafo Youth Organizer, Mr. Kwame Baffoe, a.k.a. Abronye DC.
According to the suit, Mr. Adams seeks to recover certain items that he alleges were in his vehicles at the time the Asset Retrieval Task Force, led by Captain Tandoh, stormed his Tema residence and confiscated five of his vehicles that were parked in that property. At that time, members of the task force were of the opinion that the five vehicles were in fact missing state vehicles.
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Mr. Kofi Adams had alleged that, among the items that had gone missing in his vehicle was a pistol, and an undisclosed amount of cash.
Following the vehicle seizure, the vehicles were later given over to the Ghana Police Service, who later returned the five vehicles to Mr. Kofi Adams, saying that there was no proof that they were in fact state owned vehicles.
Unfortunately, Mr. Kofi Adams has alleged that up receiving the vehicles from the Ghana Police Service, he said the items that were in the vehicles could no longer be accounted for.
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