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Fake soldier arrested for defrauding woman of GHC25,000

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Fake soldier arrested for defrauding woman of GHC25,000

A 24-year-old man who posed as a military officer to defraud a woman under the pretext of assisting her to enlist into the Ghana Armed Forces is being held by the Police at Koforidua in the Eastern Region.

Jephet Binney, an electrician at Nungua in Accra, was said to have collected GHC9,000 from the woman, 34-year-old manageress at Linda Dor, Emelia Amoah, on August 10, 2018 to facilitate her enlistment into the Ghana Army.

The Police say the suspect again collected GHC 16,000 from the woman on September 4, 2018 claiming he was going on a peacekeeping mission in Lebanon and that he would use the money to buy goods for sale.

According to the Police, the suspect promised to pay back the woman her money on his return, but failed to fulfill the promise. Efforts by the woman to retrieve her money have all proved futile.

On Wednesday at about 9:30pm, the woman, with the assistance of four military men from the Oguaa base in Koforidua, arrested the suspect and handed him to the Police for investigations.

They found on the suspect, three framed photo of him dressed in full military attire.

The Police say they are investigating him for the offenses of falsely pretending to be a public officer and defrauding by false pretense.

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Captain Smart Dumbs Afia Pokua, Proposes To New Love At 3G Awards

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Radio Host, Captain Smart Proposes Marriage To Another Woman

Radio Host, Captain Smart Proposes Marriage To Another Woman

Adom FM presenter, Captain Godsbrain Blessed Smart ignites controversy. He is the host of the station’s socio-political talk show “Dwaso Nsem”.

He surprised the many people who attended this year’s 3G Awards. This is because he proposed to an unknown lady.

The controversial morning show host amidst some beautiful songs and surrounded by family and friends, went down on his knees beautifully and placed the beautiful ring on the hands of the lucky lady.

However, this move by him has tongues wagging. Many people question whether it was a stunt to add spice to the award ceremony. This is because Smart is married.

Moreover, Member of Parliament, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong last week revealed that the relationship Captain Smart had with a married woman in Germany resulted in the death of the woman’s husband.

According to Mr Agyapong, Smart had an amorous relationship with a married woman (Afia Pokuaa) in Germany and the husband of the woman later passed away due to a broken-heart.

“The evil that men do lives after them. Captain Smart, you will live to regret the death of this innocent man”

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$100,000 ‘bribe’ we paid to stop Anas video was returned – Nyantakyi’s wife

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The wife of embattled former Ghana Football Association (GFA) President, Kwesi Nyantakyi has confirmed that her husband did pay to prevent the screening of the documentary that has become the downfall of the once football administration ‘tycoon’.

Christine-Marie Nyantakyi told Metro TV’s ‘Good Evening Ghana’ show that, before the screening of the investigative film, “Number 12,” some persons approached them with the demand to pay $150,000 for the film to be tossed.

She added that Mr. Nyantakyi could not afford the figure and paid a bargain, $50, 000 less to the persons they believed to be from the camp of the undercover journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas and his Tiger Eye PI team.

Tiger Eye on June 5, however, went ahead to air the documentary that brought the nation and the football community worldwide to a standstill. British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) also aired the documentary few days later.

The Number 12 film revealed how Nyantakyi had misconducted himself and engaged himself in acts of “bribery and corruption,” for which the world football governing body, FIFA has banned him for life.

He also faces a possible prosecution in Ghana.

Anas has denied that he or his Tiger Eye team ever approached Mr. Nyantakyi for a bargain.

Speaking to Paul Adom Otchere on the GEG show, Mrs Nyantakyi revealed that the money her husband paid to stop the airing of the documentary has since been refunded.

They brought $40,000 first; and then later on, they brought $60,000 dollars,” she said.

“I have not gathered the courage to watch the full video, because the small that I watched, I knew that the way he is talking; that is not my husband; something might have gone wrong,” she revealed.

The Number 12 video also highlighted other football administrators including referees and National Sports Authority (NSA) officials, most of whom have already suffered fates similar or equal to Nyantakyi

 

Source: Myjoyonline.com

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VIDEO: Church members sprays money on their Prophet as he celebrates birthday

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prophet chukwuemeka odumeje

prophet chukwuemeka odumeje

Church members of Royal Family International Ministries, Nigeria has made money to rain on their Prophet, Chukwuemeka Odumeje as he marked his birthday in grand style.

In a video clip which is fast spreading on social media, the Prophet is seen the church auditorium singing praises and dancing as he is being sprayed cash by some of the members of his church.

Prophet is well known for his controversial nature.

Last year, the pastor who is also a gospel musician, was filmed throwing cash including dollars at the people while standing in his exotic BMW jeep as he performed.

Watch the video below:

 

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