Ghana bank official fights sacking for ‘money laundering’

King of Ghana handed £350,000 in cash to bank official who was then sacked from his job for ‘money laundering’.
A top banking executive was fired from his job and investigated by the NSA after he deposited £350,000 in cash handed to him by the King of Ghana.

Ghana International Bank bigwig Mark Arthur was summoned to Osei Tutu II’s multi-million-pound home in Henley-on-Thames and given £200,000 in sterling as well as $200,000 and told to deposit the funds.

Despite the notes having consecutive serial numbers, Mr Arthur said he felt it inappropriate to question the king and made his way to the bank, via his own home, in an Uber cab.