A gospel musician named Ohemaa Jackie runs an advertisement on her social media handle that, she secures a passport and travelling documents to the European union.
A lady was interested so she contacted Jackie on her social media page to brief her about the passport and documents.
After Jackie was done explaining everything to the lady, The lady asked Jackie about the requirement needed to travel to Italy and she said unless the lady pay a huge sum of money which is Twenty-one thousand Euros (€21,000).
The lady paid the amount of money requested by Jackie and she secured the lady a fake documents.
Due to ignorant, the lady headed to the airport and tried to travel to Italy with the fake documents but she was arrested by the police.
She later exposed Jackie to the police officers that, she received the fake documents from her with a huge sum of money.
Jackie has been arrested and jailed by the police and will be proceeded to the court on September, 16.
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