Popular Ghanaian millionaire Ibrahim Daouda has been arrested by the Ghanaian police over an alleged fraud case bothering on money laundering to the tune of $400,000.
Ibrahim Daouda is alleged to have received a bank transfer on behalf of one Heloo and has refused to give the money to the owner.
Ibrah is famously known for a gesture he pulled on his birthday last year by sharing iPhones to random passengers in a trotro in Accra.
Ibrah One was picked up by police at his plush East Legon mansion and is reportedly set to be extradited to the United States to stand trial.
Though Ibrah is officially being arrested for money laundering, as part of an ongoing investigation in the US. According to a report on US website, WKBN.COM, eight other people namely Kwabena M. Bonsu, Kwasi A. Oppong, Kwame Ansah, John Y Amoah, Samuel Antwi, King Faisal Hamidu, Nkosiyoxoxo Msuthu, and Cynthia Appiagyei have already been arrested.
It is not clear who gave him away to the law enforcement agency, but what we understand is that people who deal in this kinds of business usually use fictitious names and to get to them, you may need an insider information.
In the case of Ibrah, it is widely believed that it was one of his own ‘boys’ who snitched on him to the Interpol. The guy, only identified as Snapchat user, Heloo_Stephen actually took the videos of Ibrah in police custody and shared on social media.
In the aftermath of his arrest, Ibrahim Daouda has posted so many messages on Snapchat threatening to expose all other money launderers he knows. He has also mentioned the name of firebrand NPP MP, Kennedy Agyapong and even requested an audience with the President.
Reports suggest that Ibrahim Daouda is willing to cooperate with the Interpol and his lawyers may even hold a press conference to reveal some secrets.