"I didn't mobilize any soldiers," claimed the suspected female coup planner.

 "You are well-liked by the soldiers because of that bar," Ms. Craig asked. WOII Dekuwine acknowledged this, adding that she followed the men to their operations and cooked for them.

Although WOII Dekuwine insisted that she met Dr. Mac-Palm for that purpose, the Prosecutor contested the assertion that she went to Dr. Mac-Palm for medical attention since troops were entitled to free medical and expert treatment.

WOII Dekuwine responded that she introduced Sule because he is a male. Ms. Craig asked, "You told the Court that Yeboah told you about Mac-Palm's ambition, and you told him you could not help due to your work, that is why you introduced Sule, a soldier like you."

She disagreed with Ms. Craig's assertion to WOII Dekuwine that the "aggressive campaign" was being used to overthrow the government.

The accused argued that she never said that and was not present at the meeting, but the prosecution insisted that WOII Dekuwine attended other meetings in addition to the three that she admittedly attended. One such meeting was on July 8, 2018, when she made the statement that the President should be removed.

"You plotted to topple the government with Mac-Palm, Kafui, Yeboah, Johannes Zikpi, Seidu, Solomon, and Akankpewon," Ms. Craig claimed, but WOII Dekuwine refuted her claim.

When Mr. Victor Kwadjoga Adawudu asked WOII Dekuwine if she had known Lance Airforce Corporal Ali Solomon and Corporal Sylvester Akankpewon, his clients, or had any interaction with Donya Kafui prior to her detention, she replied negatively.

Source: citinewsroom.com

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