OSP Clears Cecilia Dapaah’s 5 Bank Accounts


The Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP) has announced today that five bank accounts belonging to the former Minister of Sanitation and Water Resources, Cecilia Abena Dapaah, have been cleared from suspicious dealings.

This development comes after an extensive investigation into suspected corruption-related offenses regarding large sums of money amongst other valuable items allegedly involving Ms. Dapaah.

The OSP, which initiated the investigation in July this year, took various measures, including issuing a freezing order on the bank accounts and other financial assets of Ms. Dapaah, to facilitate a thorough inquiry into the matter.

However, after careful examination, it has been determined that these particular bank accounts are not linked to any illegal activities or tainted funds, according to a statement released by the OSP on Monday, October 16, 2023.

In light of these findings, the Special Prosecutor named Kissi Agyebeng has revoked the freezing order on the five bank accounts of Ms. Dapaah with immediate effect.

However, it is important to note that the freezing order remains in full force and affects the remaining bank accounts and financial assets of the former minister.

This development brings some clarity to the ongoing investigation of alleged corruption surrounding the former minister, who resigned from the position.

As the probe continues, the OSP and its investigative team remain committed to upholding transparency, ensuring accountability, and bringing those responsible for corruption to justice.

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