Ambulance Procurement Trial: Jakpa Claims AG Referred to Him as “Collateral Damage”

by Louisa Afful
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In a courtroom revelation on Thursday, June 20, Richard Jakpa, the third accused in the ambulance procurement trial, disclosed startling remarks attributed to Attorney-General Godfred Dame. Jakpa claimed that during their interactions, the Attorney-General referred to him as “collateral damage.” Despite this characterization, Jakpa asserted that Mr. Dame assured him of eventual acquittal by the trial’s conclusion.

These revelations shed light on the nature of Jakpa’s discussions with the Attorney-General, indicating a candid exchange between the parties involved in the high-profile legal proceedings. According to Jakpa, the AG’s comment suggested that while he currently faces legal scrutiny due to broader circumstances, he expects to be exonerated.

This disclosure added complexity to the ongoing trial, prompting scrutiny of the Attorney-General’s perspective on Jakpa’s role and raising broader questions about justice and fairness in the proceedings.

The revelation unfolded amid ongoing debates about the authenticity and handling of evidence in the case, including allegations that WhatsApp messages presented by the AG may have been tampered with.

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