Ohemaa told Accra-based Starr FM in an exclusive interview after rape charges against her father were dropped that she had always believed her father did not rape the 19-year-old victim.
She said: “I am incredibly excited because it is just very good to know that my dad has been granted the justice he deserves, this case has been bogus from the start.”
She added: “It is not the age that matters to me but it was the accusation that bothered me because at the end of the day…it is an issue of whether it was a criminality or not and it wasn’t so we are going to the African Regent Hotel to celebrate”.
KKD was freed Wednesday after the state’s decision to discontinue with the case.
A press release signed by the Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, Mrs Marietta Brew Appiah-Opong cited the unwillingness of the victim and her family members to testify as the main reason for discontinuing the case.
It however indicated the preparedness of her outfit should the witnesses avail themselves.
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