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Shocking: Huge amount of money late John Kumah left in his account disclosed by close relative

Lamine Yamal 4 weeks ago 0

In a startling disclosure, Adum Bawuah, a founding member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has revealed that the late finance minister John Kumah possessed $30 million in his personal account.

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Speaking on TOP FM, Bawuah expressed deep dissatisfaction with current events in the country and made damning allegations against his party colleagues.

He criticized the alleged corruption within the NPP, contrasting it unfavorably with the opposition NDC. Bawuah claimed that while NDC members were corrupt, NPP members were “100 times corrupt,” specifically accusing them of embezzling public funds.

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During the interview, Bawuah recounted an incident following John Kumah’s death, where scrutiny of the late minister’s accounts purportedly uncovered the staggering $30 million balance. He questioned how such wealth accumulated within just three years of Kumah’s tenure as a deputy minister.

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