Ghana's graft agency has rubbished talk that it is being used by the government to witch-hunt the Ghana FA (GFA).
Economic and Organised Crime Unit (EOCO) carried out a raid on the GFA to confiscate computers and documents.
Agents claim they were looking for information on commercial sponsorship agreements and had a court order allowing the operation.

There have been suggestions that the GFA is being pursued by government following a recent stand-off.
The GFA last month rejected an attempt by government to impose Abedi Pele as a candidate for a vacant Caf executive committee position.
But EOCO boss Biadela Mottey insists their investigations started months before Abedi was put forward by the government.
"We started these investigations way back in September even before this issued between government and the GFA started. Those who make this inference want to do mischief," Mottey told BBC.
"We sent invitations to various national bodies over this investigation and all of them responded but the GFA failed to accede to our request.
"So we went to court and acquired court order and a search warrant to get the documents to aid our investigations."
Fifa recently wrote to the GFA emphasising that the government had no right to audit the organisation's accounts - except money which it had itself contributed.
Mottey says they are only investigating suspected criminal activity which should not be regarded as interference in the administration of the game.
"We perfectly understand that Fifa abhors meddling in the management of the game. We are investigating suspected crime," Mottey said.
"Even Fifa itself was investigated by the Swiss authorities at a point. We were only taking operational measures to get what we want."
Meanwhile, world governing body, Fifa, says it is watching developments in Ghana after the raid.
Fifa does not tolerate government interference in football and in October it briefly suspended Nigeria following court action against directors of the federation.
"We are monitoring the situation (in Ghana)," FIFA said after Tuesday's raid on the Ghana FA (GFA) in Accra.