What is really happening in our society now as some youths turns to be fraudsters all in the name of short ways to make money.
According to information gathered form hype masters a gentleman identified as a 22year- old Vincent Tawiah was arrested by police.
The suspect Tawiah was arrested arrested at Accra Mall for defrauding unsuspecting persons all in the name of selling IPhone to them. The 22 Year-old boy was arrested by national Police operations Department on the 10th May 2021.
According to information sighted on 'hyper_Masters' the suspect Vincent Tawiah an internet fraudster use to advertise iPhones on his Instagram page and other online platforms but later turns to defraud the buyer.
Youths of today always want short cut way to make money without stress and hard work. It about time for our leaders to advise the youths that hard work is the only way to make them successful and not short cut way to make money.
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