High Court set August 17 to rule on freezing of Cecilia Dapaah’s bank accounts

An High Court has scheduled a ruling for Thursday, August 17, to determine the validation of the freezing of former Sanitation Minister ‘s bank accounts.

The freezing of these accounts, containing substantial sums in both dollars and cedis, is part of ongoing investigations into allegations of .

The () is also seeking court confirmation of the seizure of Dapaah's property, along with other related orders. These details were obtained from documents intercepted by JoyNews.

This legal development follows accusations against two house helps, Patience Botwe, 18, and Sarah Agyei, 30, who are alleged to have stolen significant amounts of money from Cecilia Dapaah's residence. The thefts, as indicated in court documents, took place between July and October 2022.

Additionally, the case involves other individuals, including Patience Botwe's current and former boyfriend, as well as her father, who are reported to have played varying roles in the alleged theft.

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