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Kennedy Agyapong’s ‘witness’ in fraud allegations against Anas, not clean himself

Net 2 television on Friday hosted a man who claimed to have been defrauded by ace investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas to the tune of $50,000.

This comes in the wake of a litany of allegations leveled against Anas by Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Hon. Kennedy Agyapong, though Editor-In-Chief of the New Crusading Guide, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako responded to all of them and accused the lawmaker of blowing hot air.

Hon. Agyapong for reasons best known to him, in the wake of the yet-to-be premiered exposé by Anas and his Tiger Eye PI team, dubbed, “Number 12” has threatened to expose the journalist indicating that his modus operandi in unraveling corruption leaves much to be desired.

The businessman cum legislature in Ghana’s parliament, among other allegations claimed he had information that, Anas had taken bribes amounting to $100,000, insisting he had impeccable evidence to prove his allegations, only for Mohammed Hafiz Abdullah Dema Naa to appear on the MP’s television station claiming he was defrauded $50,000 contradicting Hon. Agyapong’s claims of $100,000 against the journalist. has been investigating the claims made by Dema Naa, ostensibly on behalf of Hon Agyapong, just so he could prove his allegations against Anas.

It is becoming evident that, the witness is himself not clean after all, since he has been entangled in series suspicious of dealing over the years.

Anas Aremeyaw Anas on 15th September 2009, in the company of the CID of the Ghana Police Service, stormed the residence of Hafiz and arrested him in an alleged $5.7 million gold scam.

We reproduce the report as filed by Anas for his paper the “Crusading Guide” nine years ago.


He stashed part of booty into it

By Anas Aremeyaw Anas

The end time seems to be beckoning for Mohammed Hafix Abdullah, the Chief Executive of Hafred Security and Tarchouse Production in his attempted 5.7 million dollar gold scam.

The New Crusading Guide investigations can confirm that he has secretly stashed some of the scam money into a Switzerland Account in Geneva.

The bank from our investigations is called Clariden Leu, Switzerland Geneva; his banker is called Joseph Younes, accounts holder portion reads: Mohammed Hafix Abdullah. The account, our international investigator said, was opened as far back as 12th August, 2008.

The New Crusading Guide investigative team has some documentation of interesting inflows and outflows in and out of the account.

Our checks from the records indicate that the account has seen a lot of activities with transfers and withdrawals made left, right, and centre within the last few months. Mohammed Hafix must be cursing his stars for attempting to defraud Omega Strategic Services as our investigation into that case is leading to another 3million dollar scam with Chinese connections of which Mohammed Hafix was neck-deep. Details of that will be published soon.

When he got a part of the gold money, Mohammed Hafix organized an all –expense- paid trip concert dubbed, ‘Beacon of Peace’ where he brought together chiefs from Northern Region, flanked by beautiful girls to celebrate in a grand occasion at the National Theatre. He was also very generous with the money as he sprinkled part on NGO’s and on a beauty pageant.

Hafix who drives a custom numbered BMW Tuareg was nabbed by the Criminal Investigative Department (CID) of the Ghana Police and Omega Strategic Services when he tried to play tricks on them.

The New Crusading Guide is privy to information that the Chief Executive of Hafred Security boasted that he owns the Ghana Police Service and that no one can prosecute him in Ghana. Hafix also trumpeted his links with the ex. Vice President, Aliu Mahama in order to have his scam work. He also told his investors that the law doesn’t work in Ghana and that money was what spoke in the justice delivery system of Ghana.

The police were very swift at dealing with Mohammed Hafix in a very dramatic raid at his house off the Spintex Road one Tuesday evening. He threatened to gun down the police as well as this reporter using his British Army experience as a reason.

A team of local and international investigators including this paper have already tracked down all the assets of Hafix, what he did with the money? Who are his local fraudulent partners and how much he transferred to these fraudsters?

The New Crusading Guide has video-tape evidence of Hafix’s fraudulent compatriots who have confessed to be involved in the fraudulent scam and are now begging for forgiveness.

However, the case has been transferred from a Circuit Court in Accra to the High Court on the instructions of the Chief Justice of Ghana. More drama is yet to unfold as the international investigators have now finished their work. The Ghana story of intrigue and shock of who got what in the cash distribution is about to be told. Please read the following on how Mohammed Hafix threatened to shoot this reporter and some senior police officers when he was about to be busted.