Police CID And Interpol Claim They Never Arrested Ibrah


Officials of the Ghana Police Service and The International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) have denied arresting Ibrahim Dauda (Ibrah) in an alleged investigation into money laundering.

Despite video footage and numerous social media posts from Ibrah himself indicating that he is having a brush with the law, the police are denying ever detaining the young Ghanaian millionaire.

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Based on social media posts from the 32-year-old Ibrah, a business partner of his, Heloo had reported him to the police after Heloo used his account for a money transfer.

Heloo reportedly lodged a complaint with the police after Ibrah allegedly defrauded him to the tune of $400,000.

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Fearing jail, Ibrah started snitching on Heloo, exposing him on how he allegedly defrauded a US citizen to the tune of $1.2 million.

In one social media post, Ibrah even threatened to mention the names of all the people who have used his account to transfer money if he is put in jail.

Supposedly including other high profile Ghanaians – some alleged to be politicians.

Now, according to Myjoyonline, the police claims they never arrested him despite video evidence.

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