EOCO Picks Up Bulldog And Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo


Reports indicate that their arrest was warranted after the two allegedly tried to change some documents of Zylofon Media company cars given them. As at about 10:20 pm on Wednesday, the two were reportedly still in police custody.
This comes in following a court order by the Economic and Organised Crime Office(E.O.C.O) to freeze the properties of the CEO of MenzGold Ghana Limited and its sister companies, Nana Appiah Mensah.

EOCO, in a press release dated Tuesday, January 29, 2019, confirmed that it had acquired an order to freeze ‘all landed properties and vehicles’ which belong to the embattled C.E.O and other associated companies.

The order indicated that all properties and vehicles in possession of relatives and employees of the said company should be handed over.

The story is still developing and we are yet to receive comments from the East Legon Police.