Ghpage.com has reported about the arrest of one of the richest young men in Ghana, Ibrah One in connection with money laundering scam. According to the report gathered, Interpol in connection with Ghana police had him arrested when he was trying to flee the country.
Apparently, Ibrah One owes someone $400,000 and he has refused to pay him back. The person whose identity has still not been revealed snitched to Interpol the laundering activities of Ibrah One.
Ibrah One vowed not to go down alone if he is charged with money laundering by Interpol. He has also requested to meet the president and give him some information about the big men who are into money laundering in Ghana.
Well, it will interest you to know that not only Ibrah One has been arrested by Interpol in connection with the money laundering scam, 8 others plus Ibrah One has been arrested.
According to a U.S.A based website, WKBN.COM, the other 8 people arrested include Kwabena M. Bonsu, Kwasi A. Oppong, Kwame Ansah, John Y Amoah, Samuel Antwi, King Faisal Hamidu, Nkosiyoxoxo Msuthu and Cynthia Appiagyei.
One thing you should know is that those names are likely fictitious names. Ghpage.com have been told they belong to some ‘big people’ we know in the country.
Part of the website’s report reads:
“It is alleged that the individuals commonly used some of the fraud proceeds to purchase salvaged vehicles sold online. The cars were commonly exported to Ghana.
Fictitious reasons for investment requests included gold, diamond, oil and gas pipeline opportunities in Africa. Websites used involve Match.com, ChristianMingle.com, BabyBoomerPeopleMeet.com, PlentyofFish.com, OurTime.com, EHarmony.com and Facebook. At least 26 victims have been identified thus far.
In furtherance of the scheme, the co-conspirators allegedly created several companies, some of which were shell companies, to help attempt to hide the true nature of their proceeds”.