News reaching this website exclusively from close family members and medics at the mental health department of the Korle-Bu teaching hospital has it that, flamboyant and young Ghanaian millionaire Ibrah One has escaped from the psychiatric ward at the Korle-Bu teaching.
The 35 year old young man who recently made headlines for alleged involvement in money laundering threatened to exposed people in high places he claimed are also into the money laundering business have been diagnosed of suffering from an acute mental disorder.
He was subsequently checked into the Korle-Bu teaching hospital psychiatry department for rehabilitation.
Before he was checked into the rehabilitation centre, he had made some wild unsubstantiated allegations against very prominent people including President Donald Trump of the United States of America, he also mentioned names such as President Akufo-Addo, Kennedy Agyepong a businessman and MP for Assin North, and Dr. Dzani, a business magnate and member of the Council of State, Nana Appiah Mensah CEO of Xylophone Media and MenzGold. He further tried to incriminate some security chiefs including Madam Tiwaa Addo-Danquah-Director of Criminal Investigations(CID), COP Christian Tette Yohunu-Director-General/Police Intelligence, Director of the BNI and National Security Boss as his partners. They have all denied knowledge of his unsubstantiated allegations.
His pronouncements got his family worried, they suspected it was because of the long years of drug usage that was affecting his brain so they decided to check him into a rehabilitation centre for treatment, he was on admission for five(5) days under observation before he absconded.
Doctors at the psychiatry department who attended to him later diagnosed him of suffering from Persecutory delusions, doctors told our reporter the conditions are a set of delusional conditions in which the affected persons believe they are being persecuted. Specifically, they have been defined as containing two central elements.
The individual thinks that harm is occurring, or is going to occur. The individual thinks that the perceived persecutor has the intention to cause harm.
According to the DSM-IV-TR, persecutory delusions are the most common form of delusions in paranoid schizophrenia, where the person believes "he or she is being tormented, followed, tricked, spied on, or ridiculed", or that their food is being poisoned. They are also often seen in schizoaffective disorder and, as recognized by DSM-IV-TR, constitute the cardinal feature of the persecutory subtype of delusional disorder, by far the most common. Delusions of persecution may also appear in manic and mixed episodes of bipolar disease, polysubstance abuse, and severe depressive episodes with psychotic features, particularly when associated with bipolar illness.
Meanwhile the family through his(IBRAH's) elder brother has rendered an unqualified apology to all who might have been wrongfully maligned by his pronouncements.
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