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It Is Unfortunate A-G Is Using State Resources To Battle KKD Instead Of Retrieving Judgement Debts
 
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23-Jan-2015  
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Member of Parliament for Upper Denkyira West Constituency, Hon. Ben Ayeh has bemoaned the zeal and irate nature of the Attorney-General to battle ace Broadcaster, Kwasi Kyei Darkwa (KKD) over the alleged rape of a 19-year-old lady.

Despite the letter written to the police and other relevant bodies by the 19-year-old alleged rape victim, Ewuraffe Orleans Thompson declaring her disinterest in pursuing the case, the state has indicated its resolve to go ahead with the prosecution for the offence.

Subsequently, the state has formally charged KKD with rape, Peacefmonline.com can confirm.

But according to the Upper Denkyira West MP, it is unfortunate that the Attorney-General is determined to go every length in this case and nail the renowned fashionista as there are more major tasks which are easy for the A-G to accomplish in no time.

He wondered why the same energy and zeal has not been channeled to retrieving all monies which were dubiously paid to some individuals and companies in the name of judgment debt payment.

He again wondered if the money the Supreme Court has ruled that the state should go for from Woyome and Waterville, Isofoton, SUBA and other companies mean nothing to the Attorney-General as no effort has been made towards retrieving those monies for the state.

“I’m surprised the Attorney-General is not using their energy and resources to deal with major issues in the country rather than to wholeheartedly marshal state resources to follow the case involving KKD. The lady in question has shown no interest to continue with the case but the A-G is still interested to follow the case to the latter.

"Meanwhile, the Supreme Court has ruled for us to retrieve all our monies from Woyome and Waterville, Isofoton and SUBA and the Attorney-General is doing nothing about,” he said on Oman Fm.
 
 
 
Source: Daniel Adu Darko/ Peacefmonline.com/gh [Email:[email protected]]
 
 

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