- The two suspects promised the traders several packages including household items
- They collected monies running into several thousands of Ghana cedis
Two men, Nana Kwame and Akuoko Sarpong of Nyame Wo Tume and Hyebere Sesafuo foundation, have reportedly vanished with various sums of monies belonging to traders.
Information available to YEN reveals that the two men described an investment opportunity to over a 100 traders, of which they promised juicy returns.
They assured the traders packages that included household items as well.
The victims contributed a monies ranging between GHc4000 and GHc6000 over a 4 year period.
They revealed that the regularly paid an initial registration fee of GHc10, and then a monthly contribution of GHc8; these qualified them to be members of the association after a period of 3 months.
Each trader was also expected to pay GHc50 every fortnight.
The suspects created meeting places in Accra Central Central and Achimota; these places are currently deserted.
The cell phone numbers of the suspects are also unavailable. On a few occasions they were contacted, they turned out to be evasive, and gave non-existent directions.
The victims, upon realizing they have been swindled broke down in tears and wept uncontrollably.
They have appealed to the president, Nana Akufo-Addo, and the Inspector General of Police, David Asante-Apeatu to come to their aid.
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