To clear part of the GH 51.2 million he owes the state, the two Trassaco valley mansions belonging to businessman Alfred Woyome were sold.
The houses were sold at a public auction and were acquired on September 11, 2020, by the National Security Council.
This follows a court order for Woyome by the Supreme Court to repay the money he took from the state as a judgement debt.
On July 25, the court directed the state to open a 21-day auction notice released by the Daily Graphic.
The assets included two American court mansions, Trassaco Valley, another residential property at Kpehe Caprice in Accra, as well as Anator Quarry Small quarry plant and machinery at Mafi in Volta.
At some point in a Regular Guide article, the Ministry of National Security indicated that some of the assets reserved for sale by Woyome be transferred to the state to compensate for the debt of GH 51.2 million.
Because of the difficulties the auctioneer was facing in the selling of the estate, the ministry said they were providing advice.
In July, however, the Supreme Court ordered the state to mobilise funds to buy four properties belonging to Woyome in accordance with the court order that the properties to be sold could defray the debt.