Suspects involved in the Cecilia Dapaah theft case are expected back in court on Tuesday August 22.
This will be their second appearance since the charge sheet was amended by police prosecutors on the advice of the Attorney General.
Eight persons have so far been charged with counts of stealing and conspiracy to steal for their alleged involvement in the over $1 million and 300,000 Euros allegedly stolen from the home of the former Sanitation Minister.
Seven of the eight were brought to court on August 8 while one is said to be on the run.
Two of the seven who were arraigned were granted bail as they are lactating mothers while the other five were remanded.
Two house helps of the former minister and her husband, Daniel Osei Kuffour, are before an Accra Circuit Court, for allegedly stealing monies and items running into millions of Ghana cedis and allegedly sharing the money with other people.
Madam Dapaah resigned on July 22 after public outcry.
Officials from the Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP) on July 24, 2023, placed the former minister under arrest and searched her home.
Her seven bank accounts have been frozen by the OSP since then.