For days now, the most raging topic on social media has been the alleged arrest of one of Ghana’s youngest millionaires, Ibrah One for alleged money laundering activities.
According to the report, one of Ibrah One’s close friends and business partner, Heloo snitched about Ibrah One’s money laundering activities to the Interpol after Ibrah One refused to give him his share of a business deal. Heloo’s share of the deal was $400,000.
Well, Ibrah One since his ‘release’ by the police has been on Snapchat throwing shots at his enemies whose aim is to bring him down.
Well, there is an interesting twist now. Even though a video of Ibrah One crying in an office that appears to be a police station went viral after his arrest, and Ibrah himself has stated that he has more information for Interpol and the president of Ghana concerning others in the same Money Laundering scam, the authorities are saying something different.
According to Joy News report, Officials at the Police Criminal Investigations Department (CID), the local chapter of International Police or Interpol and also the Dansoman police station, where he was alleged to have been placed under arrest said they have no idea who he is or what he has done.
Born Ibrahim Dauda, Ibrah One shot to fame with the display of expensive lifestyle. He is accounted among the richest young men in Ghana. He rides some of the most expensive cars you could ever find on the streets of Ghana.
His cars, all sporting customized number plates, range from a G-Wagon (estimated cost of $140,000), a Bentley (estimated cost of $180,000) a Mercedes GTS (estimated cost of $130,000), a Rolls Royce Wraith (estimated cost of almost $300,000), a Mercedes SLC (estimated cost of $80,000), a Ferrari 458 Italia (estimated cost of $240,000) and an Audi R8 (estimated cost of $170,000) amongst others.