Government delegation comprising of Deputy Attorney General, Joseph Dindiok Kpemka, a representative from the Economic Organised Crime Office (EOCO), the Bureau of National Investigation (BNI) and National Security who were sent to bring NAM1 from Dubai jail failed to bring him back to Ghana.
After reports that Nana Appiah Mensah, CEO of Menzgold has been arrested by Dubai authorities in a gold deal gone wrong, the government of Ghana sent a delegation to Dubai to negotiate with Dubai authorities and Extradite Nana Appiah Mensah to face the law in Ghana after a warrant was issued for his arrest for “Defrauding by force pretense”
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However, according to a statement released yesterday, the negotiations with Dubai authorities to extradite Nana Appiah Mensah has failed and the delegation returned to Ghana without the “Notorious” NAM1.
Part of the statement reads;
IT IS THE UNDERSTANDING OF THE GHANAIAN DELEGATION THAT MR. MENSAH FACES MISDEMEANOR CHARGES IN THE UAE AND WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE TO GHANA UPON THE FINAL DETERMINATION OF HIS CURRENT MATTER IN THE UAE. HIS CASE IS NEXT DUE FOR COURT ON FEB 2, 2019”
Furthermore, the delegation said they have managed to obtain a statement from Mr. Mensah on the Menzgold crisis that has caused thousands of people in and outside the country to lose their lifetime savings and investments.
“Mr. Mensah has provided an extensive statement to Ghanaian security and legal officers to assist in investigations into the Ghana matter for further action” the statement indicated.
The authorities added that despite their inability to get him extradited to Ghana in the shortest possible time, they shall continue with investigations and processes aimed at bringing closure to the case against him in Ghana by following due process.
Now, Ibrah One exposes all the lies behind NAM1’s said trial on Feb 2nd
Young Ghanaian Millionaire, Ibrah One has come out with substantial evidence that the report from authorities stating that NAM1 will reappear before court on the 2nd of February is all false.
Ibrah One did well to find the day on which Feb 2nd, 2019 would fall on — and that very day falls on Saturday and per Dubai laws, courts don’t work on Saturdays.
So if the embattled Menzgold CEO, Nana Appiah Mensah was said to reappear before Dubai court for prosecution on Feb. 2nd which is a Saturday, would it be done at a locked court?
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Below are all the pieces of evidence as provided by Ibrah One on his Instagram Story:
Statement from Ghana Police and EOCO…
2nd February falls on Saturday and Dubai Courts doesn’t work on that day…