Ghanaian Woman In US Deported After Her Friend Reported Her For Not Having Papers

Ghanaian Woman In US Deported After Her Friend Reported Her For Not Having Papers

  • A Ghanaian woman in the US was reportedly deported to Ghana after her friend reported her to authorities
  • The friend who caused the deportation was indebted to the woman, who she eventually reported to the police
  • The woman who was deported is currently in Ghana and working as a dishwasher in a chop bar, according to social media reports

A Ghanaian woman in the US was reportedly deported to Ghana after her friend reported her to authorities.

According to Freda Afriyie, the narrator of the deportee's ordeal on social media, the woman, Frimpongmaa, was working in the US with another Ghanaian's legal documents and her salary went into the person's account.

Frimpongmaa had reportedly made over US$70,000, but her money was locked up with the Ghanaian whose papers she was using to work.

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Frimpongmaa is said to have demanded her money, but the woman said she was sick and needed to be given two months to withdraw the cash.

The debtor then called her husband and the police on Fringpomaa.

Following her arrest, she was investigated and processed for court as she had no documents to prove her stay in the USA.

She was deported and is currently in Ghana, working as a chop bar dishwasher.

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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