‘I want to be employed as a house help for a Ghanaian minister’ – Delay reveals amid Cecilia Dapaah’s theft saga

– Deloris Frimpong Manso (Delay) expresses desire to work as a maid for a Ghanaian minister.
– Controversy surrounding the theft of money and valuables by former maids of Sanitation and Water Resources Minister, Cecilia Abena Dapaah.
– Delay’s tweet: She openly declares her interest in being a house help for a Ghanaian minister.
– Reactions: Varied responses from people, including sarcasm, well-wishes, and criticism.

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Delay’s Desire to Work as a Maid for a Ghanaian Minister

Delay, also known as Deloris Frimpong Manso, recently made a surprising announcement on Twitter. Amidst a scandal involving Sanitation and Water Resources Minister, Cecilia Abena Dapaah, and the theft of a substantial amount of money by two former maids, Delay expressed her desire to work as a house help. However, her unique requirement was that her prospective employer should be a Ghanaian minister.

The controversy surrounding Minister Cecilia Abena Dapaah’s missing funds has been making headlines. It has been reported that two ex-maids allegedly stole a staggering amount of money, including one million dollars, 300,000 euros, and 350,000 Ghana cedis. Additionally, they made off with numerous valuable items worth hundreds of dollars and Ghana cedis. The incident has raised eyebrows and concerns regarding how and why a minister would keep such a substantial sum of money at home.

In a single tweet, Delay boldly stated her aspiration, saying, “I want to be a house help for a Ghanaian minister.” This straightforward declaration has elicited diverse responses from the public. Some individuals interpreted her statement as sarcastic, while others genuinely wished her well. However, there were also those who criticized her for expressing such a desire.

The implications of Delay’s tweet go beyond her personal aspirations. It has sparked discussions about the responsibilities and safety measures ministers should take when it comes to safeguarding their assets. The incident involving Minister Cecilia Abena Dapaah’s stolen funds has exposed vulnerabilities that need to be addressed.

Below is her tweet;



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