Asamoah Gyan’s Rape Docket Missing At Attorney General’s Office

Asamoah Gyan’s Rape Docket Missing At Attorney General’s Office

A source at the Attorney General’s office has revealed that the docket to the case filed by the 21-year-old university student at the center of the Asamoah Gyan alleged rape controversy, Ms. Sarah Kwablah, has gone missing.

The source who spoke on anonymity to Ghanacelebrities.com, when they went to the Attorney general’s office to get an update on the fresh charges that was filed by Ms Kwabla after almost  6months of filing the fresh charges.

It is recalled that Ms. Sarah Kwablah, filed fresh charges of rape and sodomy against Gyan at the Domestic Violence and Victims Support Unit (DOVVSU) at the Ministries Police Station in Accra.

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Lawyer to Sarah, Dr. Maurice Ampaw, told the press some months back that the formal complaint made at DOVVSU was to enable them to pursue the criminal case against the Black Stars Captain. He also said at the time that his client had also served notice that she was preparing to sue Gyan for failing to take responsibility for her 12-week pregnancy.

Ghanacelebrities.com is also well informed that at the time Sarah filed her charges at Violence and Victims Support Unit (DOVVSU) at the Ministries Police Station in Accra, Gyan’s lawyer, lawyer Kisi Agyabeng, promised the CID on the case to present Asamoah to the police for interrogation but he never did.

The CID in charge is said to have once driven to Asamoah Gyan’s house and was told the latter was inside. He waited outside the house (in his police official car) to invite Gyan to the police station for investigation. For many hours Asamoah did not come out of the house to see him, so he left.

Ghanacelebrities.com is  reports that some alleged big politicians are doing all they can to stop the police from pursuing the case.

Source: ghanacelebrities.com

 

 

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