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Kwadwo Addeah Prempeh

A swindler from Ghana

ARB Apex Bank confirms: Kwadwo Addeah Prempeh committed forgery and fraud — 16 October 2019

ARB Apex Bank confirms: Kwadwo Addeah Prempeh committed forgery and fraud

Kwadwo Addeah Prempeh has such a strong sense of entitlement, that he even writes recommendations for himself. ARB Apex Bank in Ghana confirmed that he used their letterhead, impersonated one of their credit managers, falsified his signature and fabricated a whole letter glorifying himself.

One of our sources provided us with a recommendation letter, dated 21 September 2018, and directed at the Principal of Wageningen University & Research, a Dutch university where Kwadwo Addeah Prempeh had applied for a masters’ study in Organic Agriculture. In this letter, signed by Roderick Ayeh, a credit risk manager with ARB Apex Bank in Ghana, Addeah receives a warm recommendation.

On the bank’s letterhead Ayeh expresses his “wholehearted support” for Addeah, who according to the letter was employed with the bank from 2006 to 2010. Ayeh says he was “impressed with Prempeh’s writing skills, initiative, and ability to meet deadlines”. He performed greatly for the bank and “brought a rich knowledge of historical and contemporary ways of doing business banking in the 21st century.”

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Why universities around the world reject Kwadwo Addeah Prempeh’s applications — 20 September 2019

Why universities around the world reject Kwadwo Addeah Prempeh’s applications

An interesting aspect of Ghanaian swindler Kwadwo Addeah Prempeh is that he persistently tries to gain access to universities around the world. He applies for all kinds of courses, master studies, scholarships and grants. However, most universities and scholarship organizations who check his diplomas and transcripts turn him down.

Checking Kwadwo Addeah Prempeh’s academic track record was a time-intensive investigation, during which we contacted nine universities in six countries. Based on what we found we are confident to conclude that he fabricated his diplomas, transcripts and recommendations, and doesn’t hold an academic title. Therefore he is not qualified to apply for any master program at any university.

In this longread we also explain in detail how universities check the diplomas of international applicants, and what role scholarships play in this.

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Kwadwo Addeah Prempeh ‘thanks’ his hosts by urinating in their living room — 27 July 2019

Kwadwo Addeah Prempeh ‘thanks’ his hosts by urinating in their living room

In May and June 2019 Kwadwo Addeah Prempeh deceived the main tenants of a student apartment in Wageningen, The Netherlands. The owners provided an account of what happened. Remarkable detail: before he left he urinated in their living room.

After the problems Addeah Prempeh caused in an accommodation in Ede, he moved on to a student house in Wageningen, where one of the residents had offered his room as a sublet on Facebook. The main tenants agreed with him that he would pay the rent within three days, but despite several reminders Addeah never paid his rent. He played out the same scam as in Ede: postponing payment of the rent, pretending ‘banking problems’, and enjoying a free ride.

When his hosts became suspicious, pressured him to pay, and called for a meeting, he left the property overnight on June 18, after he stole € 90 out of a jacket and urinated on the couch and carpet in their living room.

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How Kwadwo Addeah Prempeh duped a touristic accommodation in The Netherlands — 11 July 2019

How Kwadwo Addeah Prempeh duped a touristic accommodation in The Netherlands

In April 2019 Kwadwo Addeah Prempeh deceived a b&b / shortstay accommodation in The Netherlands. The owners provided a detailed account of what happened. It gives helpful insight in the cunny tactics and lies of this swindler from Ghana.

We relate the story in their own words:

“In our property in Ede we regularly host guests for Wageningen University and Research (WUR), an internationally well-known university specialized in food and life sciences. Most of our guests are super satisfied with their stay and it rarely happens that they don’t pay their bill or otherwise abuse our hospitality. But Addeah turned out to be the worst visitor we’ve had in many years. We even had to end his stay prematurely, which really is the last resort in hospitality. He didn’t pay his bill and continually came up with excuses and lies, in the end even falsely accusing and threatening us. He has been officially reported to the Dutch police for swindling / scamming and slander.

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