The OSP's disclosure outlines significant sums: $5 million and ¢48 million found in Dapaah's Prudential Bank accounts, along with ¢1 million in investments and ¢700,000 in cash within her Societe General account.
Specifics from Kissi Agyebeng's Office reveal that during a search at Dapaah's Abelemkpe residence, a cash amount of $590,000 and ¢2,730,000 in cash were discovered.
The OSP's actions followed the arrest of Cecilia Abena Dapaah on July 26, with a subsequent search conducted at her official Cantonments residence.
Her private home in Abelemkpe, Accra, was also investigated. This is where the alleged theft, reportedly occurring between July and October 2022, is said to have taken place.
Sources have indicated that the OSP has filed a motion to authenticate the seized money retrieved from Dapaah's residence and to validate the frozen bank accounts.
These allegations emerged following reports that Dapaah's house helps had purportedly stolen $1 million and other assets from her Ablemkpe residence.
Meanwhile, the Attorney General has requested the case docket from the police, who are currently prosecuting the accused individuals.