Another eight QNet promoters have been arrested in Ghana.

The scammers were in charge of 120 victims, being held hostage in a “compound house”.

Ghanaian authorities made the arrests on April 7th, in the Knust District in Southern Ghana.

Five of the QNet promoters are believed to be Ghanaian. The other three are Nigerian nationals.

GhanaWeb reports the Ghanaian suspects have “since been detained to assist police investigations”.

The Nigerians

were handed over to the Ghana Immigration Service for further action.

Ghana has long struggled to contain promotion of the QNet pyramid scheme nationally.

Ghanaian authorities consider promotion of QNet a “possible security threat”.

While authorities do their best to arrest QNet promoters, the pyramid scheme has the support of Ghana’s Ministry of Business Development.

In March 2021 Joe Tackie, Chief Director of the Ministry of Business Development, stated it was ‘glad to have QNET in Ghana for the long haul.’

Ghanaian authorities have petitioned the High Court to dissolve QNet nationally.

That case is still playing out.


Update 4th November 2022 – Following a regulatory enforcement action against the company, QNet has been ordered to get out of Ghana.