‘Finance Ministry paid GHc42,000 to Danomah’s family’
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Sole Commissioner The Sole Commissioner indicated that the attorney who handled the case was Anna Pearl Akiwumi Sireboe and wondered why she was not asked to appear before the commission. He said Sireboe wrote something about the case and, therefore, she would have been in a better position to answer questions than you. Counsel for the commission was also surprised that Mrs Dankyi was asked to come because the subpoena made a request for the Solicitor General herself and the State Attorney who conducted the matter. Mr Justice Apau said the commission had some pressing questions because during the initial stages of the matter, Mr John Kwabena Danomah and Mrs Rosemond Danomah represented the family by going to see Totoe Legal Services for them to serve notice of intention to commence an action.
Democrats File Complaint Over Stanzione’s Campaign Finance…
Stanzione was the treasurer for the committee. The East Hampton Democratic Campaign Committee filed a formal complaint with the New York State Board of Elections on Monday. In a letter faxes to the enforcement division of the campaign finance unit in Albany, Christopher Kelley, the Democratic campaign chairman, claims Stanzione filed “a false campaign finance report.” He pointed to four advertisements in The East Hampton Star and other local newspapers, as well as on East Hampton Patch. “It is our understanding that both the expenditures for the ads and the source of the funds to pay for them are required to be disclosed in the periodic campaign finance report,” he wrote. “Even if the ads were donated, they would have to be reported as contributions in-kind and the donors name disclosed.” By phone Monday afternoon, Stanzione acknowledged an issue with his latest finance report and said he paid for the ads with personal funds as a loan to his campaign, he said.