The National Organiser of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Kofi Adams has rejected the cars that were taken from his residence at Tema by some National Security operatives.
His refusal to accept the cars comes on the back that he has lodged a complaint at the Police Station and that it should be sent there.
It was reported that the National Security Minister, Hon Albert Kan Dapaah directed that the five cars be returned after he has called to apologised to Mr Adams stating that the operation was not officially sanctioned.
But speaking in an interview with Kasapa News’ Akwasi Nsiah, the care taker in Mr Adams’ house who happened to be his cousin, Nana Kofi Adams said some government officials brought back one pick up and a Landcruiser but he asked them to send the cars to the Tema regional Police command where he has lodged an official complaint.
According to him, his checks at some police stations indicate that the cars have not been sent to any police station as discussed.
‘Last night (Thursday) at about 11:pm, I saw government officials at our gate with one pick up and a landcruiser, I asked them the remaining of the three cars because they took five cars away, they told me their colleagues were on their way with the other cars, for the sake of inventory, I told them to send the cars to the police station because I have lodged a complaint there. And that I cannot accept the cars in the house. But I am just coming from the Ashaiman barrier police station and I was told no car has been sent there, so as I talk to you, I don’t know where the cars are,’ he explained.
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