Stories –The rich young man who deposited a whopping sh 102 million in bank for his 21-year old Kenyan college girlfriend has broken his silence over the saga.
It has emerged that the young man is a Bitcoin expert who ventured into the trade since 2008; and gifting anybody sh 100 million cannot be a worry to him.
Merc De Mesel, according to Homenews.co.ke, released a video to prove he gifted his 21-year old girlfriend the amount after following the right banking procedure.
However, after the cash had hit the account in Kenya, detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations DCI raided their home and apprehended them by acclaiming he was funding unknown activities in the country.
Mesel has promised to prove beyond reasonable doubts that he is the owner of the cash and that he is willing to appear before any court to prove this so that the account holding the millions can be unfrozen as fast as possible.
“As investors with every exchange and every bank, you need to do this constantly and there is a trace on where the money is coming from. It’s from my investments and my brokerage,” the bitcoin investor stated.
He confessed knowing that Africa is infested with so many unlawful activities than his home Europe but how this was being handled in Kenya was worrying.
“I did not expect. Turns out we were believed to be part of a money-laundering scheme due to a bank gift I had made to my girlfriend, and for which we had submitted the requested paperwork to the bank. We are not feeling safe anymore in Kenya,” he stated in the video.
The man grew up in Belgium Europe the Northern Dutch part of Belgium – Flanders – where he showed interest in investments in 2008 investing heavily in Crypotocurrency and stocks which he has run for almost a decade now.
“I try to see objectively the pros and cons, the real risks and potential rewards. I also try to be in touch with my feelings, and what they tell me about a person or investment,” the Belgian stated.
Currently, Mesel’s girlfriend is being hunted by detectives both from the DCI and the Asset Recovery Authority ARA for reportedly carrying out money laundering activities.
Lawyers to the college girl have told authorities that the young mother is currently out of the country.
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