NAM1 did not jump bail; EOCO knew when he left for Dubai- Ekow Taylor

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A new report fast going viral on social media suggests that the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO), as well as the Securities and Exchanges Commission (SEC), were aware of Nana Appiah Mensah’s travel to Dubai in December 2018 because he informed them and the Airport authorities before leaving.

As such, it is absolutely not true that NAM1 jumped bail as the Ghana security and high ranking NPP members reported when the brouhaha started.

According to Kelvin Ekow Taylor, the host of “With All Due Respect – Loud Silence Media”, Nana Appiah Mensah did not just get up and leave the country as suggested.

Instead, he sought permission from the relevant authorities like the EOCO and SEC who introduced Horizon Royal Diamonds to him to do business with that he was off to Dubai to chase his money since he has not been paid yet.

Before leaving with his Private Jet, he again sought permission from the Immigration Service and the Airport authorities before leaving Ghana. He also informed the Ghana Police service since it was around the same time his tussle with SEC was ongoing.

So it was a false report from the Securities that he had jumped bail. Kelvin Ekow Taylor claims that Nana Appiah Mensah was never arrested let alone to be granted bail in the first place as Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko, the nephew of the president of Ghana reported.

Kelvin Ekow Taylor suggested it was all deliberate steps by some people including some officials to cover the mess created when they introduced Horizon Royals to Nigerian fraudsters who ended up duping the company 50 million dollars.

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Kelvin Ekow Taylor wondered why Interpol Red Alert was issued for Nana Appiah Mensah’s arrest when in fact there knew where he was. They had been informed Nana Appiah Mensah was in Dubai.

NAM1 personally called the EOCO boss himself to inform him he is still chasing his money to come back and settle his customer so there was no need to for the alert since it is issued for someone whose whereabouts is unknown.

Credit: ghanapage

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