Afia Schwarzenegger, a socialite from Ghana, made fun at the NPP’s “top dawgs” who have since kept quiet about Cecilia Dapaah’s missing money controversy.
The thefts, which total millions of Ghana Cedis, $1 million USD, and €300,000 cash, are said to have occurred between July and October 2022 at the former sanitation minister’s home in the Abelemkpe neighbourhood of Accra.
Since then, this development has spurred conversations among internet users, including responses from NDC opposition party members.
Members of the ruling NPP, on the other hand, have kept mum on the subject, which has drawn criticism.
Regarding this, Afia Schwarzenegger believes that the NPP’s silence is the result of their own complicity in hoarding such large sums of money at home.
Reacting to President Akufo-Addo’s expression of confidence in the integrity of Cecilia Dapaah, following her resignation, Afia Schwarzenegger said she doubts he is the one who appended his signature to the viral acceptance letter.
“Have you seen what is happening? All of a sudden, all the top NPP members are quiet. Everyone is quiet because the amount they have in their rooms is more than one million dollars so nobody is ready to speak. The NPP is quiet,” she expressed.
After Cecilia Dapaah resigned, President Akufo-Addo expressed trust in her integrity. In response, Afia Schwarzenegger said she believes he is the one who added his signature to the widely circulated acceptance letter.
“That letter they are saying is from the president is not true. Hon. Boakye Agyarko has granted an interview and has made us aware that the president’s signature is in some people’s pockets. They sign every kind of letter from cabinets to the executive. The man I campaigned for, isn’t the one who wrote the letter,” she established.
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