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Today marks exactly one year father of embattled Menzgold CEO, Nana Appiah Mensah, and Transport Manager of Zylofon Media was arrested for attempting to smuggle NAM 1’s traveler's passport to him in Dubai.
The passport contained valid visas for the United States of America and the United Kingdom.
When Nana Appiah Mensah’s dad was interrogated on the issue, he stated that NAM 1’s lawyer requested the passports together with other documents.
He also indicated that they have filed an appeal in Dubai concerning his Interpol detention and that the court was requesting his passports to enable them to know how constantly he travels.
Read the original story published by GhanaWeb on May 3, 2019
The Transport Manager of Zylofon Media and father of embattled Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah have been arrested in the United Arab Emirates for attempting to smuggle NAM 1’s traveler's passport to him far away in Dubai.
MyNewsGh.com confirmed from credible sources that Eric Amponsah Bediako was the first to be arrested with the passport containing valid visas for the United States of America and the United Kingdom by the Emirati police repatriated him back to the country.
Sources revealed that the passports with numbers G0091908 and G1185652 contained valid US Visa up to 2023 and British Visas up to 2020 belonging Nana Appiah Mensah the CEO of Menzgold Ghana Limited.
The suspect who was deported to Ghana and handed over to the Ghana Immigration Service claimed one Smith Danquah the father of Nana Appiah Mensah was the one who asked him to send the passports together with other documents to suspect Appiah Mensah’s lawyer in Dubai.
When Suspect Smith Danquah was invited and also interrogated, he stated that the lawyer of NAM 1 called him and requested for the passports together with other documents indicating that they have filed an appeal in Dubai concerning his Interpol detention and the appellate court was requesting for his passports to enable they know his frequency of travel.
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