Four personnel of the Ghana Police CID stormed the Accra residence of the former Minister of Power Dr. Kwabena Donkor to search his house over investigations into the Ameri deal.
The team led by an Assistant Superintendent of Police went with a search warrant and searched the “whole house” and took away the former Minister’s laptop and pen drives.
Speaking to Starrfmonline.com, Dr. Donkor, who is also the MP for Pru East, said the CID team “searched my Study, the children’s room” in an operation which lasted for about three hours.
According to him, the search warrant read that he was being investigated as a “suspect” for “causing financial loss to the state” over the Ameri deal.
“I have nothing to hide on Ameri,” he told Starrfmonline.com. “I’m a citizen of this country… I’m prepared to meet them in court.”
Published on 24 July 2017 | 11:43 am at Source