A young man by name Abusua who claimed to be a fraudster has narrated how he duped people over the years.
Abusua, one of Ghana's top fraudsters has revealed how he has scammed unsuspecting people over the years.
According to the young man, he is now a changed person after living and making money out of scamming.
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In a video that was sighted by YEN.com.gh, Abusua narrated the ordeal he faced after many years of defrauding people abroad popularly known as 'sakawa.'
"We started this on the street like going to the internet to shop sneakers and clothes then we later found out how to convince white ladies online to send us money," he said.
"First we used to contact churches around the world for Bibles where we tell them we have churches in Africa so they send about 500 pieces of Bible but all we do is go and sell it," he added.
Abusua narrated how he made money from selling Bibles to deceiving white women so they could send money.
According to him, he was one day coming back from Kumasi when he gave one man a lift to Pokuase.
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He noted that before the man alighted, he collected his number and called later in the day for a discussion.
He further revealed how he lied to the man that he sells cars and consequently got changed by the man who is a pastor.
Abusua narrated that he had a dream which he told the pastor about leading the pastor advising him to change.
"The man told me that I am a clean person and a leader so I should stay away from defrauding people and all those bad things," he disclosed.
He disclosed that he had always wanted to be a musician before getting into defrauding people out of bad influence.
Abusua in his statement cautioned and advised other scammers to stop and rather develop their talents.
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