Attempts by government to develop the country by allowing investors to contribute their quota may be suffering as activities of Russian kidnappers is becoming more rampant in the country with a cover-up and help of fake uniform Interpol personnel.
A typical victim is the story of Ramzan Kafaroy a successful investor who owns chains of businesses from agriculture, mining/ jewelry but fell short of these kidnappers when he was picked up on 8th august last year whilst driving.
Unfortunately till date the court after granting the kidnappers bail of five thousand Ghana cedi’s, has not pursue the case to its logical conclusion.
Since lead suspected kidnappers including Vagid Musaev, alias Vladimir Nabiyev , Musah Masaev and Rhezahan sultaov are walking free making other potential investors uncomfortable in Ghana.
Such development continuous to create fear and panic among the business community to many extend casting doubt on the integrity of our judiciary system as well as calling for the re-arrest of such suspects.
Speaking exclusively to the investor community including Arsan Kafaroy who also got kidnapped on the 8 September he explained how he was seriously maltreated and manhandled by these men from Russia and therefore he is calling upon the courts to re-arrest them till the court process ends.
Several leads has come into the public domain regarding this fast developing story with the names of saidhan nabiyev a.k.a Adam eldberg and Denis trofimov as part of the kidnappers.
Mode of Operandi:
investigation by the reporter has discovered that just like the case of Arsan and Ramza, after kidnapping their victims these criminals request for huge ransom of money from their families and also they sell the corporate and personal properties of their victims.
With the intention of killing their victims so that nobody gets to know about their crimes.
With all these facts and several others unfolding the onus lie on the security agencies to uphold their dignity of their work by doing more to make this country a safe place for not only businessmen but investors who have worked for many years and stayed in the country but are living in panic.
Other detail to be revealed after hearing from the Accra court five (5) on the next adjourned date.