The delegate that traveled to Dubai to arrange the arrival of Menzgold CEO Nana Appiah Mensah otherwise known as NAM1 came back to Ghana today without him.
The delegate made up of Deputy Attorney General, Joseph Dindiok Kpemka, an agent from the Economic Organized Crime Office (EOCO), the Bureau of National Investigation (BNI) and National Security traveled to (United Arab Emirates) UAE to arrange the removal of the Menzgold manager following his capture.
Endeavors to get NAM1 removed from Dubai was viewed as a major assignment since Ghana does not have a removal arrangement with the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
NAM1 who is a needed man in Ghana for cheating by misrepresentation is in police care in Dubai and dealing with criminal indictments.
An Accra Circuit Court issued a warrant for his capture a week ago however an official statement by the police demonstrated that NAM1 had just been captured in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) capital on December 7 after “a gold arrangement turned out badly.”
Reports show that the administration designation will discharge an official articulation on Monday, January 21, 2019, to make open what happened in the UAE.
The Deputy Attorney General in a meeting on Top Story on Joy FM said government is set on conveying NAM1 to confront the law and won’t rest until the point when that occurs.
The appointment’s principle mission was to
“try to strike a deal with the government of the Emirates to see to the fact that he is brought back to Ghana to face justice”
That move appears not to have been a productive one as the delegate touched base in Ghana without NAM1.