- The team arrived at Alfred Woyome's home at 5am
- However they had no documents that gave them the right to value his properties
Information available to YEN indicates that a group of persons paid a visit to the home of Alfred Agbesi Woyome, in the morning of Thursday September 7, 2017.
They were allegedly security persons from the National Security, a bailiff from the Supreme Court, as well as officials from the Land Evaluation Board.
The beleaguered businessmen revealed that the people attempted to enter his home, in order to value his property for the purpose of auctioning them. They claimed to have acted on the orders of the Supreme Court.
He however objected and requested for documents in order to verify their claims; it turns out that they have no such documents.
Woyome expressed his conviction that because the Supreme Court is on a legal vacation, it was impossible for them to have acquired permission to carry out their exercise.
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