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Jackie Appiah, John Dumelo Not Involved In Fraudulent Act As Alleged


Jackie Appiah, John Dumelo Not Involved In Fraudulent Act As Alleged

imagesReports went viral in Nigeria that Ghanaian movie stars John Dumelo and Jackie Appiah may be in a fraudulent mess following the 2014 World -Cup Saga.

The popular actress has been mentioned as one of Ghana’s World Cup ambassadors paid over $20,000 each on a state-sponsored all-expenses paid trip to the global football tournament in the South American country in June.

They were to supposedly lead cheering of the Black Stars and help brand Ghana in Brazil.

Hitherto Minister of Youth and Sports, Elvis Afriyie Ankrah has already told the Commission that each of the ambassadors were paid $20,000 each during their stay in Brazil, even though many of them were not able to go and watch Ghana’s matches in Forta Leza against Germany and Brasilia versus Portugal.

In a phone Chat with our correspondent Attractive in Ghana, he told NigeriaFilms.Com that the issue has nothing to do with John Dumelo and Jackie Appiah in Fraudulent act, like reported by some Nigeria Media Houses.

However, the president of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama has assured Ghanaians living in the USA that the country will not spare officials who are found guilty by the Presidential Commission of Inquiry probing the national team’s shambolic showing at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Ghana failed to make it past the group stages at the global football championship for the first time when camp dissatisfaction, squabbles and monetary dogfight affected the Black Stars on-field displays which culminated in the President ordering for a whooping $4million (four million US Dollars) cash to be carted on a chartered flight to Brazil to pay the players their appearances in time to avert their intended boycott of Ghana’s last game against Portugal.

The Ghanaian President set up a 3-man Commission of Inquiry headed by high court judge, Justice Dzamefe which has been looking at the conduct of the investigations.


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