Heavily armed Police officers have stormed a house in Cape Coast belonging to the mother of Nana Appiah Mensah who is wanted for alleged fraud and money laundering in the Menzgold Ghana saga.
According to a report sighted by Ghanapage.com on 3news.com, about 20 armed police officers were at the magnificent one-storey house located at Adaaso, around 11:20 am on Sunday, January 13, 2019.
Sources within the Central Regional Police Command have confirmed that it was a ‘friendly visit’ to the house by the team of officers from Accra and Cape Coast.
According to the sources, “no one was arrested” and that the visit was part of investigations by Interpol in the case being handled by the Police Criminal Investigations Department.
It is unclear whether the officers met the mother, Mrs. Ivy Brew, who is said to be the owner of the property that sits on a large compound.
According to the reports, the residents said they had earlier thought the police officers were there because of a robbery case, however, it turned out to be for NAM1.
They said they never knew that the big house which has been walled with electric fence belonged to the mother of NAM1, noting that they hardly see people going in and coming out of it, apart from someone believed to be a caretaker.