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Ghanaian Nurse busted for allegedly scamming thousands of people through online business

A Ghanaian nurse has been busted for allegedly scamming people via online business.

According to the information out there by Iqra Show, the nurse is using pseudo names to scam clients who come to her for a business or to purchase something from her.

On top of that, the nurse has several Mobile Money (MoMo) accounts with different names for her transactions when clients are to send money after ordering from her.

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Iqra Show on Facebook claims the nurse’s real name is Lydia Addo but she goes about using names like Mma Abubakar, Rukaya Alhassan, Muslima Group, Pre-order with Franklina to transact trade with other people.

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We are following the story to bring you the latest, for now, this is an allegation and we are monitoring events to disclose the real truth.


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