The Supreme Court of Ghana has denied reports floating around that a warrant has been issued by the Highest court of the land for the arrest of Menzgold CEO Nana Appiah Mensah, popularly known as NAM 1.
In the past few days numerous reports have claimed that the Menzgold CEO is on the run, that a warrant has been issued for his arrest by the Supreme Court and that the Police CID have placed him on the Interpol Most Wanted List, most of which have been found out to be false.
A source at the Supreme Court Registry has confirmed to Graphic Online that no such warrant has been issued by the court for the arrest of Nana Appiah Mensah, nor for his wife and family, as has been widely reported.
The source said: “There is no writ involving Menzgold before the [Supreme] Court, neither has any issue concerning Menzgold been referred to the Court from another court,”
The ‘warrant’ story follows the same path as the alleged placing of the businessman on the INTERPOL most wanted list, another false claim about the CEO of the company currently under siege by state regulators.
A check of the INTERPOL most wanted list online shows only two Ghanaians on the list, neither of which is Nana Appiah Mensah.