Kelvin Ekow Taylor, host of “With All Due Respect – Loud Silence Media” has given a mind-blowing exposé on the ongoing Nana Appiah Mensah brouhaha with government and Menzgold customers as well as a judgment from Dubai against NAM1 in Horizon Royal Diamond’s fraud case.
According to the controversial and outspoken media personality, Nana Appiah Mensah was doing legitimate business and Securities and Exchanges Commission, as well as the Economic and Organized Crime Office, was aware and approved of it.
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In a video shared on his Facebook page, Ekow Taylor revealed NAM 1 was introduced to the gold dealership company from Dubai by officers at EOCO and SEC and they endorsed NAM1 as a legitimate company to do gold business with.
Ekow Taylor claims that it was the same EOCO and SEC officials who went behind NAM1 and introduced the representatives of the Horizon Royal Diamonds to the two fraudsters, Adewoye Olorunfemi Adetunje (Nigerian) and Charles Aboku Daraku (Ghanaian) to do business with.
Adewoye Olorunfemi, the Nigerian claimed he was the Prince of the Ashanti Kingdom and the owner of Gust Gold, a gold dealership company. He also claimed he is a majority shareholder in Menzgold owned by Nana Appiah Mensah.
Kelvin Ekow Taylor explained that the after NAM1 supplied his promised, 750 kilos of gold to the Dubai company, he was arrested when he went chasing his money after the company could not trace the two fraudsters whom they have paid 50 million dollars to through a Unibank account in Ghana.
Meanwhile, Ekow Taylor claims Adewoye Olorunfemi Adetunje and Charles Aboku Daraku were given VIP treatment at the Kotoka Internation Airport to flee Ghana.
He also alleged that the Interpol Red alert was intentionally triggered against Nana Appiah Mensah purposely to frustrate his efforts and stop him from revealing some secrets about some government officials.
On 11th July 2019, NAM1 returned to Ghana for the first time after he was arrested on 7th December 2018 in Dubai.
But he was whisked off to the Police Headquarters and remanded by Accra circuit court the following day to reappear on 26th July 2019.