JB’s wife fingers ‘sexy’ cops – Police yet to receive complaint

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Details are emerging over what is set to be a Pandora’s Box in the latest drama three years after the death of former Member of Parliament for Abuakwa North Constituency, Joseph Boakye Danquah Adu.

This time around, Ivy Heward-Mills, wife of the deceased has taken to Social Media platform, Facebook to vent her anger on the slow pace of investigation and subsequent prosecution of the suspects.

As if that is not enough, the widow is pointing accusing fingers at some officers of the Criminal Investigations Department of the Ghana Police Service for sexually harassing her during their investigations.

She stated that “three years ago today, my husband, JB Danquah Adu, MP; DIDN’T DIE. He was brutally assassinated in barbarous tudor fashion. Three years on, there’s neither a sign of justice for him, nor for my children and I.”

The late Boakye Danquah Adu fondly called JB was murdered at his residence at Shaishie East Legon, a suburb of Accra on February 9, 2016.

So far two persons, Daniel Asiedu aka Sexxy Don, Don and Vincent Bosso, aka Junior Agogo are before court over the alleged murder of the legislator.

A year into the hearing at the district Magistrate Court, the Attorney-General filed Nolle Prosequi to discontinue the matter only for the two to be rearrested at the court minutes after.

However, two years on, the two were convicted to the high court for trial over charges of murder and abetment respectively.

Waist beads

But in a Facebook post over the weekend, Ms Heward-Mills said in one of her meetings with officers of the CID at the Police Headquarters in Accra; an officer asked her if she wears waist beads, a question that was completely unrelated to the subject of the investigations.

She alleged that one of the top officers, a married man, who sat in that meeting once, called her on the phone and tried to convince her to marry him.

“I have been summoned to the Police HQ on countless occasions and subjected to what I would casually describe as “the act of scrubbing a fresh wound with Himalayan rock salt” and topped up with a million and one questions including, to my shock, a very gleeful “so madam do you wear waist beads?” in a meeting room populated by a men only CID team who perhaps thought it was their birthright to get familiar with what’s in every woman’s underwear!” she claimed.

Source: thepublisheronline.com

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