- An Europe-based Ghanaian man, Kingsley Osei Bonsu, has accused a Ghanaian woman of defrauding him of three cars and other valuables
- In a series of Facebook posts, Bonsu shared photos of the woman and pleaded with members of the public to help track her down
- Reports say Bonsu and the woman met on Facebook and began a relationship, after which he sent her three cars from Belgium and gave her money to clear them at the port
- Bonsu reportedly returned to Ghana on May 21 and was picked up by the woman, but she left him alone at a restaurant and fled with his cars and luggage
An Europe-based Ghanaian man, Kingsley Osei Bonsu has accused a Ghanaian woman of defrauding him.
In two separate Facebook posts, Bonsu posted pictures of the woman and accused her of fraud.
In the first post, he said the woman duped him and called on members of the public to help him track her down and hand her to police.
In the second post, he promised members of the public a handsome reward if they could help him find the woman.
Bonsu did not state exactly what the lady did nor did he mention her name.
But reports say Bonsu and the woman were lovers.
The two are said to have met on Facebook and struck a friendship which developed into a relationship.
Bonsu reportedly shipped three cars from his base in Belgium to Ghana and sent the woman money to clear them from the port, which she did.
On May 21, Bonsu is said to have returned to Ghana and was met at the airport by the woman.
She is said to have taken two of the cars to the airport. She drove one of the cars, while a male friend of hers drove the other.
The reports said she met Bonsu at the airport and helped him load his luggage into the car she was driving.
The two lovers are said to have decided to spend the night at a hotel in Accra.
On their way to the hotel, they reportedly stopped at a restaurant for a meal.
While eating, the woman is said to have sought permission from Bonsu to pick something from the car.
She is said to have then fled with the two cars and his luggage as soon as she got outside.
According to the multiple reports, Bonsu waited at the restaurant for hours but the woman did not show up.
He is said to have tried calling the woman's phones only to discover that they were off.
Her Facebook account had also been deactivated, the reports said.
It then dawned on him that he had been defrauded, prompting him to raise an alarm on social media, the reports added.
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