The case involving the former Sanitation Minister, Cecilia Dapaah, has taken another dramatic turn.
Just days after the public revelation of stolen money by her house helps, the Office of the Special Prosecutor searched the minister’s residences in light of the substantial amounts that have been reported missing.
Three properties belonging to Cecilia, located in Cantonments, Abelemkpe, and Tesano, were subjected to a search.
Fresh details from the Office of the Special Prosecutor reveal that a cash amount of US$590,000 was discovered during the search at the Abelemkpe home.
At the same residence, a sum of GHC2,730,000 in cash was found.
Officials from the Office of the Special Prosecutor subsequently seized these cash sums to aid ongoing investigations.
Details of the amounts found in some of her accounts were also included in the documents intercepted by JoyNews.
These are accounts at the Prudential Bank and Societe Generale Ghana.
The OSP has revealed that it found $5 million, ¢48 million found in Cecelia Dapaah’s Prudential Bank accounts.
Also, it found ¢1 million cedis in investments and ¢700,00 in cash in her Societe General account.