Indian suspected of money laundering activities with big men – Journalist prompts Police CID

Mr Samuel Kofi Peprah, a Ghanaian investigative journalist, has prompted the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service, urging them to investigate Verma Jaikumar, an Indian national, for alleged money laundering and illegal activities.

Peprah claims that Verma Jaikumar involves in a complex web of financial transactions that raise suspicions of money laundering. He added that the Indian national is engaging in activities such as smuggling and money laundering, using Ghana’s Kotoka International Airport and the Port of Tema as conduits.

“Information gathered suggest that Jaikumar has been using the identities of prominent officials within Ghana’s government to pursue his illicit endeavors. Jaikumar is suspected of carrying on his illegal activities of laundering money through Cameroon to Ghana,” he said in the petition.


He noted in the petition that the monies are kept in trunks and moved in containers.

“It appears that the individuals implicated in these illegal activities might be inadvertently following the directives of Jaikumar, thinking they are acting in accordance with their official duties,” he added.

The journalist further alleged that Verma Jaikumar usually uses the names of several prominent persons in political circles to undertake his illegal activities.

He added that the evidence reportedly includes pictures of dollars in trunks as identified through undercover journalistic works. He believes that the CID will conduct a comprehensive and impartial inquiry into this matter to unravel the truth.

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