Investigation Report DVLA Boss Rape Accusation Concocted

According to the police, its joint investigations with the DVLA into the rape allegations revealed that it was a ploy to tarnish Mr Tetteh Martey’s image.

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The Police Criminal Investigations Department (CID) says accusations of rape against the Accra Regional Manager of the Driver Vehicle and Licensing Authority (DVLA), Noah Tetteh Martey were concocted.

According to the police, its joint investigations with the DVLA into the rape allegations revealed that it was a ploy to tarnish Mr Tetteh Martey’s image.

The investigations also revealed that the plot was hatched by Samuel Etse, an employee of the DVLA in Accra, and Mary Kulevome to tarnish the reputation of Noah Tetteh Martey, shortly after the lady’s attachment ended without renewal.

She was accused of misconducting herself during her attachment period.

Investigators busted a syndicate, led by one Prosper Agbenke recruiting females from the Garden City, Kumasi to appear before the committee set up to investigate the claim of rape made against the DVLA boss.

The recruits were said to have been coached to say that Tetteh Martey made similar sexual attempts on them when he was in Kumasi.

When Joy News contacted Mary Ama Serwah for her side of the story, she declined to comment.

Meanwhile, the Attorney General’s Office has directed the Domestic Violence and Victims Support Unit (DOVVSU) of the Ghana Police Service to discard any attempt to prosecute the DVLA boss.

Source: myjoyonlie.com

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