For the sake of love, many people do the unthinkable things you will least expect of them.
A white woman who thought in love has fallen victim to such behaviour as she has been duped by a guy who was supposed to be in love with her.
In a video YEN.com.gh has sighted on social media, the white woman is seen weeping uncontrollably after being allegedly duped by her lover.
The caption of the video suggests the woman had fallen victim to internet fraudsters, who are commonly referred to as 'sakawa' boys.
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"White woman crying and begging after falling for a ‘yahoo boy’ scam," Brownghdotcom who shared the video said.
Not much could be deduced from the video as it cut at some point but it is obvious middle-aged-looking woman was in so much pain.
According to her, she bought a new car for this fraud boy in question only for him turn his back on her.
“I bought you a car this morning, on’t do this, don’t lie to me...That’s not fair...I told the truth," the troubled woman stated.
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Meanwhile, an unidentified Nigerian man has won admiration on social media after he reported his internet fraudster (sakawa) son to authorities.
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Rather than be proud of his son overnight wealth, the father decided to hand him over to Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Nigeria's version of EOCO, over suspicions of fraud.
According to reports, the man's son identified as Adamu was still in secondary school proudly informed his father on his recent purchase of a house worth N2 million (GHC 27,000).
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Source: Yen News