A team of 9 men and a young Lady have been arrested at Agona Nkwanta by the Adieso District Police following a kidnapping case that was reported in the area. These men are reported to be working for an organization called QNET International. Their aim in the area is to offer jobs to people.
However, they take huge sums of money from them and scam them. They take money as much as GHS 5000 - GHS 14000 from people depending on the kind of job they want. According to one of the victims, they took GHS 5,000 from her and asked her to bring others. She was able to convince some friends and relatives who also paid huge sums of money to them.
They were brought to their office at Agona Nkwanta and they hired apartments for their victim. They were first taken to the presentation room and then to a room where their minds were changed. They become unaware of themselves and unable to reason as normal.
An SHS 2 student who was camped had been hypnotized to the point that she thought education was a scam. The Adeiso Police Commander ASP Baffour Awuah said they had to speak with them for a long time before they were able to reason well.
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