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$2M STOLEN FROM ANOTHER PRESIDENTIAL STAFFER’S RESIDENCE – Lawyer Martin Kpebu Alleges

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Renowned legal practitioner, and political activist Martin Kpebu, has alleged that another senior presidential staffer has fallen victim to a theft of over a million dollars from his home.

He made this shocking disclosure during a panel discussion on Citi TV’s “The Big Issue” on Saturday.

Mr. Kpebu said he heard about the incident either about three days or a week ago, but did not mention the name of the affected staffer. He said people were trying to keep it quiet, but he felt the need to expose it as part of the fight against corruption.

“We also have to keep talking about Madam Cecilia Dapaah’s case. We are not talking enough at all, because corruption is so rife. Look, I will not mention names, but just 3 days ago or so or in the last one week, I heard that another senior presidential staffer had over a million dollars stolen from his home. People are trying to keep it quiet, but we have to expose it. Listen, in a democracy, some people have to talk and sometimes pay the price for it. That’s how it is. A very senior staffer had close to 2 million dollars just stolen from his home. Wow!” he said.

Kpebu’s revelation comes at a time when the country is still reeling from the high-profile case involving former Minister of Sanitation and Water Resources, Cecilia Dapaah. Her situation became a public spectacle in July this year, following the discovery of the theft of valuables and cash worth over $1.4 million from her residence, leading to a broader investigation into potential corruption, theft, and money laundering.

Notably, the case escalated when the Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP) became involved, seizing significant sums of money from Dapaah’s premises, amongst other investigative processes. The case is still in court.

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