Stop giving your platforms to lotto fraudsters to advertise – Police cautions media houses

Source The Ghana Report/Sefanam Agbobli

The Ashanti regional police command is cautioning media houses across the country to desist from creating platforms for lotto fraudsters to advertise their activities to the unsuspecting public.

This warning was issued at a press conference in the Ashanti regional capital, Kumasi.

It comes after five suspected money-doublers were arrested from their hideouts in Atimatim following a tip off.

They are 33-year-old Karim Mohammed, a trader, Nana Kwadwo 31, a mason and Yaw Baffour 31, a business man.

The others are Kwaku Yeboah, 31 a business man and 20-year-old Daniel Oppong, an electrician.

According to the police, the suspects sway their victims under the pretext of doubling their monies for them and also give them lotto numbers.

People who reach out to them for these numbers are directed to send money through mobile money accounts for the lotto numbers which ends up to be a scam.

The suspects then destroy their sim cards as soon as the money hits their accounts to avoid being traced.

Speaking to the media in Kumasi, PRO for the Ashanti regional police command, ASP Godwin Ahianyor advised media houses to stop giving their platforms to lotto fraudsters or money-doublers.

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