Ghanaian Arrested In India
A Ghanaian man who was on the Interpol wanted list has been arrested in India, US media has reported. The 56-year-old Dan Boakye Agyenm (Most probably Agyenim) is an alleged fraudster wanted by authorities in America for defrauding a bank of over $300,000. The suspect was reportedly facing an Interpol red corner notice since June 7, 2009, but was arrested when he flew into India with an expired US passport. The passport had expired on December 30, 2010. He was being sought for allegedly having minted money out of counterfeit cheques which were submitted for clearance in a Californian branch of a US bank. India’s Central Bureau of Investigations (CBI) is preparing extradition papers to extradite Agyenim to the US to face trial.
Source: Ghana Business News