I wasn’t arrested – Ibrah 1

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Popular Ghanaian millionaire Ibrahim Daouda, better known as Ibrah 1, has denied reports that he is in the grips of the police for money laundering and defrauding a friend of $400,000. 

News broke days ago that Ibrah 1 was arrested by Interpol in connection with BNI for allegedly indulging in money laundering activities and subsequently granted bail.

According to reports Ibrah 1 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.

Daouda is alleged to have received a bank transfer on behalf of one Heloo and has refused to give the money to the owner.

After the supposed arrest, the young millionaire is reported to have threatened to massively expose other money launderers in the business with him.

Ibrah 1 who made news a while back for sharing iPhones in a trotro has since denied the arrest reports stating that he was at a massaging spa when the ‘fake news items’ were making rounds.

In a video posted on Facebook, Ibrah 1 said “the dog is back, yesterday I was at Pergola for a massage. If Pergola is now a Police Station then I don’t know. Forget them” he responded in pidgin to his friend who was asking about his arrest. 

32-year-old Ibrah 1 is very popular on various social media platforms for his display of flashy and expensive cars.


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