Police still on manhunt for Facebook fraudsters who impersonated Ministers and other public officers

National security operatives are still on a manhunt for a Nigerian Facebook fraudster for impersonating public officers and duping some people worth thousands of cedis.

According to the state prosecutor Prince Joel together with his wife who is in the grips of the national security created multiple Facebook accounts pretending to recruit people into state agencies.

Information Minister Kojo Oppong Nkrumah and Foreign Minister, Ayorkor Botwe were among the few whose names were used to perpetuate the crime.

The prosecutor on the case Fredrick Sarpong says so far 10 victims have reported the case the police and assisting with investigations.

Vivian Sadija Imran, a 31-year-old trader was arrested from her home in Ashaiman.

Officials of the National Security found six mobile phones, three mobile money numbers.

Victims who have fallen prey to the activities of these fraudsters have been encouraged to make official complaints to the Police.

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