The Greater Accra Regional Chairman of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr Joseph Ade Coker has called the bluff of a task force empowered by the Chief of Staff Frema Osei-Opare to retrieve all properties including vehicles in possession of former government officials.

He maintains that nobody in the past administration is afraid of the government taskforce and therefore will not be intimidated by acts of hooliganism being exhibited by members of the team in the name of retrieving property.

Speaking to the issue on Obuasi-based Shaft Fm, he said “Ghana is a democratic state and every action must be guided by the laws. You cannot just wake up and go to someone’s house and take away his cars and properties. I will not call this witch hunting but it must be done by the law he stressed”

Mr Ade Coker said he respects every action of the government but with this, he does not side with them and called for a more dignified way by the current government in dealing with the situation if indeed former government officials are in possession of state property as claimed.