Crime rate is ever increasing in dearly beloved country Ghana and continue to thrive in the midst of all the recent happenings the invasion of the police to secure and protect lives and properties of every resident as possible. Various forms of crimes are emerging and we must be alert at all times.
To this end, a boy by name Bright Luka who is teenager (19 years old) and and believed to have completed Senior High School in 2019 has been captured and apprehend by the police in Accra for engaging in such fraudulent activity as stealing money from people's mobile money accounts after deceiving them with false message alerts.
According to the victim who was reported the issue to the police which subsequently resulted in his (suspect's) capture, Bright Aike called him early this morning and told him that he has mistakenly sent him money and so he should kindly resend it back to him.
Childishly, after looking at just the message that he has received one thousand Ghana Cedis (GH¢ 1000.00) from Bright Aike, he just resent the money back to him. He, however, discovered later that it was a fraud issue. The message only came but there no amount was involved whatsoever.
The victim reported the issue to the police, who through the help of MTN service providers, captured the suspect and apprehend him. They are currently conducting further investigations into the matter and the money has also been retrieved to the victim.
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