Ever since NAM1’s troubles started almost a year ago until the report that he has been arrested in Dubai last year over some gold business gone bad, one person who whose name has been associated with Nana Appiah Mensah’s fall is one Ade, a Nigerian businessman.
According to the report, A gold dealer Nana Appiah Mensah had a business deal with and subsequently introduced to his business associate in Dubai, Royal Horizon has fled with a huge sum of money not less than $51 million beling to the Dubai company.
From the report, Royal Horizon is holding Nana Appiah Mensah responsible for the bad deal. They are allegedly withholding NAM1’s 39 million dollars belonging to him and have equally sued in him Dubai which led to his arrest on 4 December 2018.
According to NAM1’s publicist known in showbiz as GhKwaku, Ade has fled and he can’t be found in any of his hideouts. According to the publicist, NAM1 will only be freed and paid his $39 million if and only if Ade is caught.
But here is the problem, the publicist of NAM1 believes the government is not putting in more effort to get Ade arrested in order free NAM1 who is a Ghanaian.
Already despite being a Nigerian, Ade has two passports; One Ghanaian and the other a Nigerian passport. What is worrying and has got many disturbed about the government’s “I don’t care attitude” is the fact that the government has refused to give Ghanaians an update on Nana Appiah Mensah.
In January, the government sent a high powered delegation to Dubai to repatriate NAM1 to Ghana to face charges on the collapse of Menzgold and his inability to pay his customers.
The delegation came back to Ghana to give Ghanaians what most people believed as “a fake date” for NAM1’s reappearance in court. Ever since then, nothing has been heard about the whereabouts of NAM1.
Again, there is also the belief by the majority of Ghanaians that these stories are all made up and NAM1 is nowhere near a jail. There are doubts if he is even in Dubai. He has simply absconded with Ghanaians money.