For sometime now, the quest to make money without working hard for it has become very common in our communities as young men and women resort to the use of the term internet to defraud people of their hard-earned money to make themselves rich.
This afternoon, it has been reported by Angel Fm that a young guy called Akwesi Boakye has been shot dead in at Kronum in the Ashanti region. And he was a cyber fraudster also known as sakawa in Ghana, who leaved with his friend in a house, he rented.
It was reported by the correspondent that Akwesi bought a new range rover yesterday and during the night, he had a call to go and cover his car and as soon as he got out, he was shot in the neck and some parts of his body.
This made Appiah Kubi to react to the incident, where he complained that is it a crime to be rich amongst your friends? Since he suspected that it might be the friend of Akwesi, who contracted someone to killed him because of his wealth.
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