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Clarification Ibrah debunks money laundering allegations; says his arrest was staged

Early this year, he came under the spotlight after he was accused of defrauding one of his friends of an amount of $400,000.

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Ibrah One

Young Ghanaian millionaire Ibrahim Dauda, popularly known as Ibrah One, has opened up on the circumstances surrounding his arrest and subsequent allegations of money laundering.

Ibrah is known for usually flaunting his luxury cars, apartments and other glittering things on his social media handles.

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However, early this year, he came under the spotlight after he was accused of defrauding one of his friends of an amount of $400,000.

Ibrah One showing off one of his cars play

Ibrah One showing off one of his cars

 

Subsequent reports suggested he had been arrested and detained by Interpol after joint investigations with the Criminal Investigations Department of Ghana Police.

Some videos also surfaced on the internet suggesting that he was actually at a Police station.

The young millionaire never openly spoke about it at the time, but has now opted to lift the lid on the incident.

Speaking to Joy Prime, Ibrah said the allegations of money laundering were false.

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According to him, all issues surrounding his arrest and subsequent bailout were staged.

He further debunked reports that he is into rituals, explaining that he works at a forex bureau.

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