In a gripping turn of events, a recent revelation has emerged in the $1 million theft case involving the widow of the deceased brother of former Minister of Sanitation, Cecilia Dapaah.
Irene Kensah, the widow, has taken a bold step by instructing her legal representatives to seek the retrieval of her late husband’s portion of the stolen money.
This development came to light after the funds were exposed through a broadcast by Paul Adom- Otchere, host of Metro TV’s Good Evening Ghana show.
However, the unfolding situation has been marred by allegations of a potential cover-up. Sammy Gyamfi, the National Communication Officer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has cast doubt on the Attorney General’s handling of the case.
In a tweet, Mr Gyamfi expressed suspicions, stating, “The latest revelation by the wife of the deceased brother of Cecilia Dapaah is the smoking gun that shows clearly that the AG’s advice on the Cecilia Dapaah scandal is contrived and an unintelligent attempt to cover up the true facts of the case, which has outraged the entire nation. Lies indeed have a short life span. ” – He said.
As the nation eagerly follows these unfolding events, questions abound regarding the authenticity of the alleged theft and the motives behind the recent attempt to retrieve the stolen funds. The case has gripped the public’s attention, and the authorities are under pressure to shed light on the truth behind the matter.
In this atmosphere of uncertainty and suspicion, the nation awaits further updates and clarifications from relevant authorities to understand the depths of this complex and controversial situation.