Ghana Police Service confirms arrest of NAM 1

Ghana Police Service confirms arrest of NAM 1

The Ghana Police service has confirmed reports making rounds of the arrest of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah is in the custody of the CID/HQ.

In a Facebook post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Ghana police said following the Interpol alert issued for the accused, NAM1 was handed over to Interpol Ghana by Interpol Dubai today, for the CID to continue with the investigation started in 2018.

He was picked up on arrival, on the tarmac at the Kotoka International Airport immediately the plane touched down

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Social media users have however reacted to the post by the Ghana police service. Their comments show they are excited about the return of NAM 1.

Joseph said his siblings were in need of the money so he should be allowed to make payment immediately.

Ben said he believed so much in the police service. Thus, expecting results from them.

Isaac said he should be allowed to pay all those he needs to pay before the money gets finished.

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Chief Executive Officer(CEO)of embattled gold dealership company, Nana Appiah Mensah has been arrested on arrival at the Kotoka International Airport.

He is currently at the Criminal Investigations Department CID) of the Ghana Police Service after he was handed over to the Department by National Security Operatives who arrested him when he touched down.

He was picked up on the tarmac of the Kotoka International Airport upon his arrival from the UAE

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