Ghana Today: Attorney General Takes Over Theft Case Involving Former Minister’s Domestic Workers

In a significant development, the Attorney General of Ghana, Godfred Yeboah Dame, has taken charge of a high-profile theft case involving domestic workers of former Sanitation and Water Resources Minister, Cecilia Abena Dapaah.

The domestic workers and their accomplices are currently standing trial for allegedly stealing a substantial amount of money from Madam Dapaah.

According to reports, the stolen amount includes $1 million, 300,000 Euros, and millions of cedis. The case has garnered significant attention due to the involvement of a former government minister and the substantial sum of money allegedly embezzled.

Police Prosecutor DSP Emmanuel Nyamekye made the announcement in court today, stating that the Attorney General’s office will henceforth oversee the proceedings upon request. This move is expected to bring more focus and expertise to the case as the Attorney General’s office is responsible for representing the government in legal matters and ensuring justice is served.

While many anticipate a thorough and efficient handling of the case under Attorney General Godfred Yeboah Dame’s leadership, the outcome will ultimately be determined by the court based on the presented evidence and arguments from both the prosecution and defense. The Attorney General’s office plays a crucial role in ensuring a fair and transparent legal process and protecting the rights of all parties involved.

As this high-profile trial unfolds, the Ghanaian public and stakeholders will closely observe the proceedings and the efforts of the Attorney General’s office in seeking justice for the alleged theft from the former minister.

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