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A young man by name Godwin Nayaw Bamiah Yombu has defrauded a number of unsuspecting Ghanaians to the sum of GHC100,000.
The suspect is alleged to be a former aspiring youth organizer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the North East Region.
He promised to secure the victims auction vehicles.
According to a report by Starrfm.com.gh, Godwin told the victims, some of whom are NPP members he was a special aide to deputy chief of staff, Samuel Abu Jinapor and executive secretary to the President, Nana Asante Bediatu.
The victims told Starrfm.com.gh that Godwin took them to the Jubilee House, were he collected the monies from them.
The amount of monies collected ranged from GHC7,500 to GHC18,000.
”I paid 18,500 for 2 vehicles. I got to know him through a cousin of mine in Saudi [Saudi Arabia]. He is my cousin so he asked me to crosscheck. So I made the payment to Godwin through her. When we met him he [Godwin] said he worked at the flagstaff house and was in contact with Abu Jinapor.
"So the money was paid outside the flagstaff house, at the car park and then we went inside to wait for him at a waiting area. Fifteen minutes later Godwin came back and said he was working on the chit and that we can go back. But the money I gave him was in dollars so he said he had to go and change the money first and I agreed so we all left. It was 16,000 in cash. So 4 days later he called asking for the balance but I refused initially. I paid the balance and since then he has been making excuses whenever we call."
Another victim narrates how Godwin uses names of NPP bigwigs to extract the amounts from his victims.
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According to the man of God, on Saturday, February 29, 2020, some armed men opened fire on him while he was entering the Chess Royal Hotel at TUC in Kumasi.
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