‘Welcome home my boss NAM1’ – Shatta Wale says as NAM1 lands in Ghana from Dubai


Shatta Wale has welcomed his former boss and CEO of Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah on his Facebook page.

News broke out some few hours ago that Nana Appiah has finally been given the green light by the Ghanaian government to come home and settle his debts.

Read Also: First photo of Nana Appiah Mensah’s arrival at the airport

Celebrities Buzz that first broke the news attached screenshots that showed his flight tickets and other documents as shared by his spokesperson, Stanley Kodia.

'Welcome home my boss NAM1' - Shatta Wale says as NAM1 lands in Ghana from Dubai

Commenting on the news, Shatta Wale wrote on Facebook; ‘Welcome home my boss NAM1.’

It is very worrying to note that NAM1 per the new development trooping in and confirmed by Celebrities Buzz has been arrested by the Ghanaian law enforcers.

Read Also: Nana Appiah Mensah arrested at Kotoka international airport upon arrival from Dubai

Notwithstanding, the business mogul and former ‘savior’ of Ghana is still committed to putting smiles on the faces of all Ghanaian Menzgold investors.

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'Welcome home my boss NAM1' - Shatta Wale says as NAM1 lands in Ghana from Dubai

Taking to Twitter again, elated Shatta Wale wrote:

“My boss is back ..Class pray for me ok ,I will chop your ourday for you this trip .Everybody say welcome home NAM1 🙏🏽❤️”

JoyNews sources say he is currently with the Criminal Investigations Department of the Ghana Police Service for interrogation.

He had been in detention in Dubai since December 7, 2018 when he was arrested in that country on charges defrauding a business partner there.

After months of legal tussle, he was released as prosecutors could not prove their case of fraud against him.

A few weeks ago, it was reported that a court in Dubai had ordered that he be paid a sum of $39 million as payment for gold Menzgold supplied to another company.

That apparently paved the way for Mr Appiah Mensah, popularly called NAM1, to come back home where he is expected to stand trial for defrauding by false pretences amongst others.


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