OSP found $590k, GHC2.7m during search in Cecilia Dapaah’s House

An even more dramatic development has taken place in the ongoing case concerning Cecilia Dapaah, who served as the Minister of Sanitation and Water Resources.

The Office of the Special Prosecutor undertook a detailed investigation of the minister’s residences after the shocking revelation that her domestic staff had stolen money. The search was motivated by the extraordinary amounts that were allegedly stolen and came as a result of the revelation that her domestic staff had stolen funds.

During the search that was carried out at the property of the former Minister in Abelemkpe, the Office of the Special Prosecutor discovered a considerable amount of cash, equal to $590,000 in United States currency. These startling details have surfaced from the Office of the Special Prosecutor.

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OSP found $590k, GHC2.7m during search in Cecilia Dapaah’s House

At the same time, an incredible quantity of cash totaling GHC 2,730,000 was found at the same address.

The Office of the Special Prosecutor took prompt action, seizing these considerable cash quantities as important evidence to support the investigation that is still underway.

As a consequence of this, the Office of the State Prosecutor has placed a temporary freeze on both the cedi and dollar accounts belonging to the former minister.

On Thursday, August 17, a High Court in Accra will decide whether or not to confirm the freezing of different accounts belonging to Cecilia Dapaah.

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