The police who according to sources were wielding AK47 only met the family members of the MP since he was on his way to Accra.
Reasons for this action is not yet known but according to reports, the police were acting on 'orders from above'.
Speaking to the issue on Class FM's Ghana Yensom on Tuesday, the Minority Chief Whip, Mohammed Mubarak Muntaka said: "yes, they were in his home in his constituency to arrest him but he was not at home.”.
According to him, “Collins Dauda called me and told me that he has received news that some AK47-wielding police officers have stormed his home to arrest him and that he didn’t know the reason behind the action. So, I told him that if that be the case, he should report himself to the IGP when he reaches Accra because the regional commander said it was an order from above.”