According to Paul Adom-Otchere, the anchor of Good Evening Ghana on Metro TV, the stolen money discovered in Cecilia Dapaah’s home belongs to her late mother, brother, and husband.
Mr. Adom-Otchere indicated that he had seen the charge sheets of those who own the money and that only $200,000 of the millions of dollars, cedis, and Euros discovered in Dapaah’s residence belonged to her.
He said that a wooden box with a padlock contained $800,000 and belonged to Dapaah’s late brother.
According to Mr. Adom-Otchere, the $1 million dollars which he says belong to Cecilia Dapaah and her late brother, “200,000 belonging to Cecilia Dapaah in a box was tampered with, 300,000 Euros in a bag belonging to Cecilia Dapaah’s husband, he says it is for me for my work also in a bag in a room was tampered with. Jewellery in a bag was also tampered with. ”
“The big one $800,000 in a wooden box with a padlock on it, it’s for her brother who died unfortunately at age 60. The alarm came when the padlock on the wooden box was seen to have been broken”
“I will show you the brother’s profile and you would see what he does and you can judge if he can have $800,000 or not. People in Kumasi know him very very well, Paul said during his Good Evening Ghana show on Metro TV.
He added “Cecilia Dapaah’s husband has designed several buildings, does he not deserve to have 300,000 Euros? Those who know Cecilia Dapaah know she had two funerals close to each in a short period.
Otchere believes that nothing improper occurred because each box of cash was mentioned and accounted for on the charge sheets.
Two Dapaah housekeepers are currently facing accusations in connection with the alleged theft, which is being investigated by the Office of the Special Prosecutor.