A member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) by name Eric Adjei has filed a suit to the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) to look into the assets acquired by Mr. Dominic Oppong-Adjei also known as 'Konkonsa'.
This is because he suspects that, Mr. Oppong-Adjei might have acquired his wealth through fraudulent means.
In his suit, Eric Adjei mentioned that Mr. Oppong-Adjei has acquired properties which are questionable and therefore must be investigated.
Mr. Dominic Oppong-Adjei
Mr. Dominic Oppong-Adjei, the accused is a public officer who works at the office of the President (Jubilee House) under the transport directorate.
The Commission of Human Rights and Administrative Justice is being charged by Eric to look into a viral video which attested to the fact that the Presidential Staffer gifted a cash amount of $10,000 each to two gentlemen during a birthday party held for the children of comedian, Afia Shwarznegger in Accra.
Mr. Oppong is also alleged to have constructed an ultra modern police station for the Mile 7 community. Mr. Eric Adjei added that, most Presidential Staffers have not been paid for the past 8 months and therefore it is indeed questionable where Mr. Oppong-Adjei got money to finance his give-aways.
He is also alleged to have acquired luxurious cars like Toyota V8 land cruisers, Mercedes Benz, Toyota Venza and Range Rover which were uncharacteristic of him in the last 5 years before he became a public officer. The source of funding for these vehicles according to the petition, should be investigated.
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