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Prez petitioned to investigate Mrs Pauline Adobea Dadzawa

Written by  Jul 09, 2018
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has been petitioned by two Ghanaian citizens, Malik Basintale, a student of the University of Ghana, and Eric Adjei, a student of KAAF University, to investigate and sack Mrs Pauline Adobea Dadzawa, one of the Commissioners of the Electoral Commission for “incompetence” and “misbehaviour”. The two based their call on the president following a leaked tape which alleged captured the voice of the commissioner alleging that, a former deputy information minister, Felix Kwakye Ofosu pocketed an amount of $6 million out of $12 which was meant for the electoral commissioners. The petition, dated Monday, 9 July 2018 explained that the leaked tape contains purported comments to the effect that some past presidents including former President John Agyekum Kufour paid monies to staff of the commission to show gratitude after elections. “….The content of that tape as secretly recorded, indeed, clearly demonstrated true acts of misbehaviour, misconduct, public sector breaches among others that had been going on at the Electoral Commission since 2004 after the appointment of Mrs Pauline Dadzawa by former President John Agyekum Kufour,” portions of the petition read. The petitioners want the president to an “intense investigation into the authenticity of the leaked tape, compel Mrs Pauline Dadzawa to step aside as member of the Electoral Commission, subject Mrs Pauline Dadzawa to public scrutiny and further strip her of her duties and post if found guilty, as such acts will only undermine the credibility and integrity of the Electoral Commission and such bad precedence may even affect those who may come after if not properly dealt with”. Meanwhile, Felix Kwakye Ofosu has slapped the commissioner with a defamation suit challenging the allegation.
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