- A Facebook blogger, Kelvin Ekow Taylor, has claimed that some big men in Ghana have colluded to frame up Nana Appiah Mensah over the Menzgold saga
- According to Taylor, Lawyer Ace Ankomah is the instigator who through the backing Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko and other powerful people in Ghana is forcing to bring down NAM
- Taylor made the claims in his recent video on Facebook which has been sighted by YEN.com.gh
A blogger on Facebook Kelvin Ekow Taylor has fingered renowned lawyer, Ace Ankomah, as the main brain behind the fall of Nana Appiah Mensah and his Menzgold.
According to Taylor who hosts “With All Due Respect – Loud Silence Media” on Facebook, Lawyer Ankomah colluded with other powerful men in Ghana to bring down the Mnezgold boss who is popularly known as NAM1.
As it is already known, NAM1's Menzgold gold trading firm was put out of business over six months ago after being found to have breached some regulations. He was later charged with fraud but mysteriously left the country for Dubai where he was also arrested for fraud.
After months of being incarcerated in Dubai, NAM1 won the case and returned to Ghana after being released.
Upon his return, the Menzgold boss was picked up at the airport, sent to court the next day and ordered to remain in custody.
This has led to agitations from Menzgold customer who had hoped that NAM1 would pay back their locked investments upon his return.
In his most recent video, Ekow Taylor has suggested that people in power were treating knew very well that NAM1 was innocent of the fraud charges but were doing that for their personal gains.
Narrating the story as he knows, Taylor claimed Ace Ankomah was the first person Horizon Royal Diamonds contacted when they came to Ghana to chase two men who defrauded them [Adewoye Olorunfemi Adetunje, a Nigerian and Charles Opoku Darko, a Ghanaian].
He continued that after listening and seeing photos of the culprits from the Dubai company, lawyer Ace Anan Ankomah agreed to press charges and help them retrieve the 50 million US Dollars paid to the fraudsters.
Lawyer Ankomah then contacted the boss of Economic and Organized Crime Office [EOCO], Dr K.K. Amoah, who happens to be his uncle, for his help to track down the criminals.
"It was there he found out his boss was in league with the two fraudsters. Left with no option, they all agreed to implicate Nana Appiah Mensah and make him the culprit," Taylor claimed.
Securities and Exchange Commission [SEC] was brought into the conspiracy. The Attorney General and many others who wanted to separate the president of Ghana from Nana Appiah Mensah like Gabby Otchere-Darko and many others joined and the scheme was hatched.
Meanwhile, NAM1 is expected to reappear in court on Friday, July 26, 2019.
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