An auctioneer is threatening to sue National Security for accusing him of stealing government cars.

Mr William Baah said since the incident on Thursday, June 22, 2019, he has lost respect in his vicinity and also lost many business opportunities.

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The Asset Retrieval Taskforce at the Presidency stormed the residence of Mr Baah at Oforikrom, near Nsawam in the Eastern region and seized 37 cars, including those registered in the name of State Protocol Department.

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The auctioneer was arrested to assist in investigations after he claimed the vehicles in his custody were confiscated by the court.

But, years after the incident, Mr Baah said the State realised it erred without rendering any apology for the embarrassment.

The people, especially in his area who witnessed the incident, he noted, still see him as a thief.

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Mr Baah cited how his children living in the United States of America were embarrassed when their friends showed the story of his arrest to them.

“My children told me how their friends mocked them because of the story claiming I had stolen government cars,” he bemoaned.

Mr Baah is, therefore, calling on the National Security to clear his name or face his wrath.

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Source: Ghana||Adwoa Gyasiwaa Agyeman