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We saved our stolen monies in 20 years – Cecilia Dappah’s husband tells court

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 Daniel  Osei  Kuffuor, husband of former Minister for Sanitation Cecilia  Dapaah, disclosed that they began depositing money in their storeroom 20 years ago. He clarified that these funds belonged to him, his   woman Cecilia  Abena  Dapaah, her family, and his niece, who was also his client. 

Duringcross-examination on Wednesday, May 15, Counsel for Sarah  Agyei ( the alternate   indicted)  askedMr.  Kuffuor when they started storing the money. He   verified that this practice began two decades ago. Mr.  Sulfur also explained the methods the accused used to steal the money.   ” During one confrontation, A1 ( Patience  Botwe) revealed that A2 ( Sarah  Agyei) would operate inside the room while A1 kept watch at the gate, and A3 ( Benjamin  Sowah)   handed the main house keys for A1 to make duplicates,”Mr.  Kuffuor testified undercross-examination by Lawyer Augustine  Gyamfi.  

Patience Botwe, 18, Sarah  Agyei, 30, Benjamin  Sowah, Malik  Dauda, Christiana  Achab, Job  Pomary, and  Yahaya  Sumaila have all denied charges including conspiracy to steal, stealing, dishonestly receiving, and money laundering.Kuffuor, an 81- year-old professional architect with 53 times of experience, stated that the accused  stolen 210,000  and 200,000 from their storeroom.  Also, £ 300,000 belonging to him and GH ₵ 300,000 contributed by Cecilia  Dapaah’s siblings for their late mother’s funeral were stolen.  

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” My woman and I later discovered that some of our valuables and large sums of money had been stolen from the storeroom. This  included 210,000 belonging to my woman’s   departed brother, Nana  Akwasi  Essan II, also known as Charles  Dapaah,” he said.Testifying as the first prosecution witness ,Mr.  Kuffuor stated that Patience  Botwe and Sarah  Agyei, former housemates, conspired with five others to steal their money. 

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