Ex-Nissan CEO Ghosn writes tell-all book, accomplices’ bail denied


Ghosn’s book alleges that the Nissan executives had an agenda when they accused him of financial crimes including underreporting his income. And it was Nada who worked with Japanese prosecutors to make sure charges were filed.

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In an effort to oust Ghosn, Nada is alleged to have written that they needed to be “supported by media campaign for insurance of destroying CG [Carlos Ghosn’s] reputation hard enough.”

After his arrest, Carlos Ghosn was replaced as the CEO of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance, by Hiroto Saikawa, who stepped down last September in the wake of a Nissan investigation. Nada was also implicated in the inquiry that determined that Nissan’s top management had paid themselves excess compensation. 

Ghosn is denying all accusations dealing with his 2010 and 2015 financials. And claims he has documents and witnesses which prove his innocence and will be published in his book.

He also claims he did not receive such “salaries or compensations” for which he is accused of withholding knowledge.