There is this saying that "whatever one does in the dark will one day come to light" you can't do a lot of people harm and ho free. Nature has its own way of paying everyone for their actions.
Notorious mobile money fraudster who claim to be a single mother have found herself wanting after God finally paid her for her actions. The Mobile money fraudster who goes by name Kate Boateng at Dabaa in the Nhiaeso constituency in the Ashanti Region was in the custody of police for defrauding his colleague human Ghc5400.
Kate Boateng defrauded a mobile money vendor of fifty four thousand Ghana cedis. The vendor quickly reported the incidence to the police and the the lady was tracked down. She was found in her hideout at Dabaa in the Nhiaeso constituency where she was arrested.
Kate Boateng in her excuse begged the police to free her and should not forward the case because she is a single mother and does not have any job to cater for her baby. She pleaded that she doesn't have any support so the police should have mercy on her but since her cup was full, she was not heard.
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