A man believed to be in his early-twenties has been convicted to serve two years jail term at the Gambaga Prisons in the North-East Region for duping and related crimes. The convict Ibrahim Abdul Ganiu reportedly set up a Facebook account using pictures of young and beautiful ladies to lure unsuspecting victims and in the process defraud them of monies and other valuables. In one his operations, he succeeded in duping one Braimah Kamaldeen to the tune of Ghc 50,000 via a fake Facebook account set up with the name Khadijah Hussein but ran out luck after the victim successfully track him down and reported him to the police leading to his arrest. A youth activist in Tamale, Salma Suhuyini, whose pictures were being used by the criminal for his fraudulent activities, broke the news on Facebook earlier today as she issued a disclaimer warning her followers to beware of people who poses as her to request things from them.
Below is the screenshot of her post announcing the arrest and subsequent prosecution of the fraudster.
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