- A Ghanaian Uber driver identified as Nana Yaw Sakyi Addo has been exposed for bolting with a client's money and some items he was asked to deliver
- Auntie Awula indicates that he drives a Daewoo Matiz car with registration number GX 649-19
- She out of frustration sent her Mobile Money PIN which was (3832) instead of the 66 cedis she was initially supposed to pay to him
- So instead of paying GHc66, she ended up paying GHc 3832
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A Ghanaian Uber driver identified as Nana Yaw Sakyi Addo has been exposed for bolting with a client's money and some items he was asked to deliver.
In a tweet sighted by YEN.com.gh by twitter user by name, Auntie Awula indicates that he drives a Daewoo Matiz car with registration number GX 649-19.
According to her, she gave him goods worth GHc17,000 to be delivered to a customer at Kasoa.
She stated that due to the weather which obviously spoilt her plans which in turn made her pensive, she out of frustration sent her Mobile Money PIN which was (3832) instead of the 66 cedis she was initially supposed to pay to him.
So instead of paying GHc66, she ended up paying GHc 3832.
Sensing that he had hit a fortune and gotten free money, he turned off his phone and refused to deliver the items as promised.
Awula is, however, calling for assistance to find him and help her get her money and products back. She made an appeal to be called on 0248683832
Twitter users have however reacted to the tweet sharing their thoughts on Awula's plight
Oko said a complaint should be lodged at the police station
Korleyy that the likely to be caught and jailed because of that small amount of money.
Kwarteng said Uber should be able to track
Cephas gave a cue saying the victim should extend her search to Teshie-Nungua or Okponglo.
King said once the issue is on Twitter, he would definitely be found.
In other news, Jackline Mensah, a 19-year-old senior high school student in final year has emerged to become inarguably the best TikTok video maker in Ghana with her creativity.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Facebook handle of Pulse TV, Jackline Mensah narrates how she became famous within the space of just one year of making her videos.
According to the social media comedian, she discovered TikTok in March 2019 and she thought it would be a good idea to give it a try.
Ghanaian female accounting graduate and mushroom farmer recounts her experience | #Yencomgh
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