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Ibrah1 claims NAM1 is in Ghana but can’t be arrested because of NPP and EOCO (Photo)
Naa Ayeley Aryee|April. 14, 2019
- Ibrah1, a former friend of NAM1, has claimed that the Menzgold CEO is in Ghana
- He said the government and EOCO are unable to arrest him as expected by Ghanaians
- Ibrah1 claimed that the two institutions feared being exposed if they have to arrest him
One of the former friends of Nana Appiah Mensah, popularly known as NAM1, has claimed that Appiah is in Ghana at the moment.
According to him, the NPP government and EOCO boss are afraid of arresting NAM1 in order not to be exposed.
He indicated that both the government and EOCO had a deal with NAM1, and so they could not arrest him.
Ibrah1 made these claims in a Snapchat post sighted by YEN.com.gh.
Touching on the fate of Menzgold customers, Ibrah1 said they were running from frying pan to fire, a common expression to show how a condition is going to be worsened.
He wrote: “Menzgold customers are just running from frying pan (NAM1) to fire (NPP & EOCO) for help. Both parties know what they are doing, well for your ino=formation, NAM1 is in Ghana now and they can’t arrest him cos NPP and EOCO will go down with him if they try to.”
YEN.com.gh, however, cannot verify Ibrah1’s claim, as he has for some time now been making many claims against the embattled Menzgold CEO.
However, in an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, a young man referred to as a brother to NAM1, revealed that the EOCO boss and some NPP bigwigs had enjoyed so much benefits from NAM1.
The brother, called KOD, claimed that he had videos of the EOCO boss coming to take some money and mobile phones from NAM1.
He added that he was holding on to the videos and would release them when he felt the time was right.
Meanwhile, Mensah, who was released in Dubai after allegedly being in police custody for four months has been rearrested.
An earlier report by YEN.com.gh explained that he was rearrested in order to settle a debt he owned in that country.
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