Best new actress at the 2015 City People Entertainment Awards, Adu Safowaah Regina has come clean on report that she has broken into one Evelyn’s home to steal items worth Gh25k. The actress in a chat with Celebritytvgh.com on Tuesday afternoon revealed that her friend, Evelyn who came for MTN chip used her Gh500 amount deposited in her MTN Mobile Money account but refused to pick her calls on many occasion. She explained that Evelyn has been using her MTN number to receive money from people so she easily gave her the chip and code to her to cash out money sent to her.
According to the actress who admitted of picking a TV set and washing machine from her friend’s house at Adenta, she did on a purpose that her friend will return her cash in exchange of her items. She stated clearly that media reports which suggested that she broke into her friend’s home was lies and they are to bring her down.
The TV presenter disclosed that certain people behind the theft case report have threatened her on several occasions to bring her career down and this incident is one of such ways they planned of using.
Report had it that “News emerging from Dodowa in Accra, Ghana has it that one of Ghana’s actresses in person of ADU SAFOWAAH REGINA was in the curbs of the Frafraha police station for alleging breaking into one Evelyn’s apartment and making away with items worth about Ghs 25K.
Our source reveals that the stolen items included: Toshiba flat screen, a washing machine, amongst others.
According to reports, during the robbery, Regina passed through the window with her accomplice who was a taxi driver to move the items before the arrest and detention by the police unit on the Dodowa road was done.
After spending about a day-and-a-half in the police cells, she was later bailed.”
Watch full video below to listen to the exact words from Ghanaian actress Adu Safowaah Regina denying rumour of stealing items from her friend’s home:
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