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Rich Boy Ibrah 1 ‘Begged’ for $400,000 from Heloo – Leaked Photos Of Their Whatsapp Chat

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A purported Whatsapp chat between Ibrah 1 and Heloo has leaked online. In the leaked chat, Ibrah 1 allegedly procured a $400,000 loan from Heloo. The leaked chat seems to confirm that Ibrah 1 is indebted to Heloo.

Xbitgh.com has sighted photos of a WhatsApp chat purported to be a conversation between Stephen Gabriel Heloo and Ibrahim ‘Ibrah’ Daouda. Screenshots of the leaked conversation between Ibrah and Heloo as been trending online since Thursday.

In the screen shots, a party to the conversation believed to be Ibrah allegedly sent a draft contract to Heloo to procure a loan from him.

One of the leaked messages contains the full agreement Ibrah and Heloo agreed on before Heloo gave Ibrah the $400,000.

Ibrah 1 and Heloo have been dominating news headlines in the past few days following reports of the arrest of the former by a team of officers from the Ghana Police Service and Interpol over a money laundering investigation in the US.

The reports of Ibrah’s arrest indicated that Heloo had informed on him to the Interpol after a business deal between them went sour leading to the debt.

But it looks like Ibrah rather took a $400,000 loan with the promise of paying back in 12 months with a 5% interest.
While Ibrah is known as a young millionaire who often flashes expensive cars on social media, Heloo was relatively unknown until this week.

Meanwhile, officials at the Police Criminal Investigations Department (CID) have denied any knowledge of Ibrah’s arrest or what he has done. According to a Joy News report, checks at the CID and the Ghana office of the Interpol have revealed that Ibrah had not been arrested.

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Akufo-Addo directs arrest of GFA Boss over fraud

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The president, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has directed the arrest of the Chairman of the Ghana Football Association over fraud.

Kwasi Nyantakyi is believed to be engaged in some influence peddling using the name of the president.
The directive follows an investigative piece by ace investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas.

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