Ghanaian Influencer Kwaku Genelord's Page Hacked And Deleted For Offering Many Free Jobs And Rent

Ghanaian Influencer Kwaku Genelord's Page Hacked And Deleted For Offering Many Free Jobs And Rent

  • Kwaku Genelord, a Facebook figure renowned for helping individuals find employment, experienced a setback when his page was targeted by suspected recruitment agents who charge for job placements
  • In an interview with, he revealed that these agents earn money by selling job vacancy information and charging companies to source employees
  • Undeterred, he created a new page and continues his mission, offering job opportunities for free

Ghana Edwuma Wura, widely recognized for his efforts on Facebook to assist people in finding jobs and offering free accommodations, recently faced a setback when his page was targeted and eventually deleted by a group suspected to be recruitment agents who charge for job placements.

Speaking to about the incident, he explained that these individuals profit by selling information on job openings and charging companies to find employees.

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As his Facebook page gained over 100,000 followers and he provided numerous free job opportunities and accommodations, it posed a threat to their business model, leading to the reported hacking and deletion of his page.

Kwaku Genelord's account deleted
Kwaku Genelord's original account was hacked and deleted Photo credit: Kwaku Genelord "Ghana Edwuma Wura"
Source: Facebook
"They get money by asking people to pay for information on vacancies that are available and also charge companies to find employees for them. Therefore, my activity was becoming a threat to them. I had more than 100,000 followers on the page and given out several dozens of job opportunities for free as well as accommodations. So they initially reported my page and ended up hacking and deleting it," he revealed.

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However, undeterred by this, Ghana Edwuma Wura has created a new page to continue his mission, offering job opportunities at no cost.

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His journey as a job market influencer began with the vision of bridging the divide between job seekers and potential employers, recognizing the difficulties people face when job hunting.

He sought to build a platform that not only connected job seekers with job providers but also empowered and supported them in their respective fields.

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In another story, Ghanaian TikTok sensation Asantewaa recently unveiled the identities of unknown individuals who have been impersonating her online.

The popular TikToker and actress disclosed that a Facebook account posing as her has experienced rapid growth in just a few weeks.

She cautioned her followers to remain vigilant against scammers who are utilizing her name and reputation for fraudulent activities.

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Meanwhile, the online portal of the Ga North Municipal Assembly is under scrutiny for a potential hacking incident.

Two specific sections of the website have displayed unauthorized advertisements for PC repair services and escort offerings in Dubai.

The compromised pages are located within the Development Planning Unit and Ga North Statistics department sections.

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