EOCO Accused of Failing to Investigate Cecelia Dapaa for Money Laundering


Former Auditor-General Daniel Yaw Domelevo has accused the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) of being reluctant to investigate Madam Cecelia Dapaa for money laundering, citing her inability to explain the source of her money. Apexnewsgh reports

According to Domelevo, EOCO had been given sufficient evidence to commence an investigation but instead requested irrelevant documents, indicating a lack of willingness to pursue the case.

Domelevo stated that if EOCO were to investigate, Dapaa would likely be unable to explain the source of her money, potentially leading to charges under the anti-money laundering law. He believes this is the reason for EOCO’s reluctance to investigate.

Former Majority Leader Cletus Avoka has also criticized EOCO’s handling of the case, describing it as a “travesty of justice.” Avoka called for the government to take action, stating that EOCO’s conduct amounts to corruption.

The case involves a large stash of money found in the house of former Sanitation Minister, Cecelia Dapaa. EOCO’s investigation has been widely criticized for being inadequate and biased. The accusations of a cover-up and failure to investigate money laundering allegations have sparked concerns about the integrity of EOCO and the government’s commitment to fighting corruption.

Source: Apexnewsgh.com

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