Naa Komley Vanderpuye, wife of Odododiodoo MP Nii Lantey Vanderpuye, has said an official from National Security confirmed to her on Tuesday that some 20 men who invaded the MP’s home in search of three cars they claimed were stolen state vehicles, did not act on the orders of the state security body.
“I had a call from a guy at the National Security Operations and he told me that he was not aware of any operation like that…they’ve not sent any guys from National Security or BNI to come to our house to inspect or take any cars”, she said.
The 20 men, led by Kwame Baffoe, aka Abronye DC, said they were searching for a Nissan Patrol SUV and two Toyota Avensis saloon cars.
They stormed Mr Vanderpuye’s Aplaku home on Tuesday afternoon in five cars. They were refused entry into the house by Mrs Vanderpuye who rushed home after receiving a distress call from her daughter following the invasion.
She insisted the men would only be allowed into the house if they showed a warrant to that end. Some of them left to apparent go and secure a warrant while others waited in the vicinity of the house for close to three hours, Mrs Vanderpuye told journalists.