The man convicted of fraud by a Belgian court in the city of Kortrijk on August 7, 2017, the Iranian Mehran Tavakoli Keshe claims he is still operating in Ghana, making the same claims for which he was convicted in Belgium.
Keshe was convicted for defrauding some eight Belgians of their money with false claims about the efficacy of his plasma products. Keshe claims he is a Nuclear Physicist and says his plasma products can cure all manner of ailments including diabetes, HIV and AIDS.
The Belgian court found Keshe and his wife guilty of fraud and sentenced the couple to suspended prison terms. Keshe was given 18 months and his wife, Carolina De Roos received a 12-months sentence. The court also cited him for practicing medicine illegally in Belgium.
While the Ghana Atomic Energy which signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Keshe Foundation and gave it some legitimacy has abrogated the MoU when it found out that Keshe’s claims can’t be scientifically proven, Keshe claims he is still operating in the country.
In his weekly online video streaming held on August 24, 2017 Keshe who hardly speaks any scientific language and can hardly draw a diagram correctly, says he has secured the land for the building of a factory in Ghana from where he will produce his plasma items and spread across into other African countries including Togo, Liberia, Kenya, Uganda and South Africa. It is yet to be established where this land is located.
The Minister of Science, Environment and Technology, Dr. Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng has stated that the claims of Keshe have been found not to be genuine, including his academic qualifications.
By Emmanuel K. Dogbevi
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