The true identities of the housemaids who stole Cecilia Dapaah’s $1 million USD

For the first time, the true identities of the housemaids who stole Cecilia Dapaah’s $1 million USD, $300,000 Euros, and millions of cedis have been revealed in public.

Apparently, the two housemaids, Patience Botwe, 18, and Sarah Agyei, 30, appeared in court today with their boyfriends and families.

They tried to cover their faces, as shown in the trending footage from the court hearing, but some photographers still managed to capture their faces.

 Cecilia Dapaah

Madam Cecelia Dapaah and her two househelps became viral about a month ago after the former sanitation minister hauled them to court for allegedly stealing $1 million, €300,000, and millions of Ghana cedis.

It was later reported that Patience Botwe used part of the money she stole with her accomplice to buy a house and other expensive properties.

According to reputable sources, Sarah Agyei cheated her boyfriend and father out of Ghc 50,000 cedis apiece.

Patince and Sarah had been silent for more than two weeks, despite trending on the local digital arena.

Patience admitted in a popular audio that she did indeed buy a property with her previous madam’s money.
According to Sarah, she went to Madam Cecilia Dapaah’s residence with her boyfriend to apologize, but she was brutally beaten.

She claimed Madam Cecilia Dapaah poured boiling water and pepper on her and struck her with a ‘banku ta’.

Saraha mentioned in the midst of the tape that she was a week pregnant when the tragic tragedy occurred, thus she was really upset.

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