Oppong-Kyekyeku in another fraud deal after serving jail term

VERY HIGHLY connected Ghanaian business man, Charles Oppong-Kyekyeku, who previously operated under a completely different name, is being probed by the Criminal Investigations Department of the Ghana Police Service  to find answers over  reports he had been involved in the forgery of  the brand logo, letter head and official document of  Al Amani Spare Parts LLC, a United Arab Emirates  based company that had some business transactions in Ghana. 

Police sources tell The New Publisher that the same Charles Oppong-Kyekyeku was also being investigated by the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) over jaw-dropping economic crimes. This is not the first time Charles Oppong-Kyekyeku is being investigated for forgery as he had once been jailed for some three years for fake invoices totalling an amount of £245,000.

The said forged invoice had payment  figures that exceeded that of the original genuine  invoice but it was presented for payment as though it was legitimate, genuine and authentic. Charles Oppong-Kyekyeku has been fingered as the prime suspect and therefore helping to unravel the fine details of what went wrong and the motive behind it.

The ongoing investigation of Charles Oppong-Kyekyeku has caught the attention of INTERPOL and may blow up into one of international interest because he suspect had previously been convicted by the Crown Court in the UK for fraud and sentenced to three years imprisonment. 

Mr. Charles Oppong-Kyekyeku  was not only convicted into custodial sentence but was also disqualified from being the director of any company for a period of eight (8) years. 

In the said case that got Charles Oppong-Kyekyeku into jail, he was found guilty of having presented some fake invoices totalling an amount of £245,000 over a period of two years. 

He was said to have obtained illegally and processed secretly his unclean money via through his UK Star Security company in East Ham, East London and also wired some good amount of money outside the UK. The judge in that case, Judge Georges Khayat QC, described Charles Oppong-Kyekyeku as  a thoroughly dishonest person. For some reasons, Charles Oppong-Kyekyeku initially jumped bail and as believed to have fled to Ghana. But he subsequently showed up to serve his term.

The New Publisher has unraveled startling revelations about Charles Oppong-Kyekyeku and his current business dealings in Ghana and the paper has therefore set up an investigative desk in the newsroom, exclusively for his dealings. 


Source : The New Publisher/Justice Walker Junior

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