The use of fake currencies is forbidden by any country's law. Many people use these currencies to cheat other people who could not identify the quality of the currencies. Although the use of these currencies has not been muchly in use these days due to the vigilance of most traders to detect it and the hard work of the police in arresting people in connection with this criminal act.
But it seems some people are still trying to make their lives easier through the use of these currencies. We thank God the police have arrested some people in connection with smuggling these fake currencies into the country.
Police in Dansoman have arrested five suspects namely Akwasi Boateng alias "Honourable", Michael Marfo Ohene alias "Ghost", Bismarck Tawiah, Richard Walker, and Prince Nketiah with fake bundles of assorted currency including dollars CFA and Ghana Cedis.
Police also retrieved a pistol and ice chest mixed with powder from them at their hotel room in Dansoman in the Greater Accra region. Suspects were arrested on 29th June 2021 in their hotel room.
The Police continue to urge the public to volunteer crime information to the Police to help curb crime.
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