Throwback: Hajia4Reall’s ironical heartwarming videos 

Source The Ghana Report

Ghanaian social media personality, Mona Faiz Montrage, popularly known as Hajia4Reall alias God’s Child is in the news once again for pleading guilty in a $2 million romance scam case.

According to the United States Attorney’s Office website, the socialite pleaded guilty to one count of conspiring to receive stolen money.

Hajia4Reall’s charge carries a maximum sentence of five years in prison.

Hajia4Reall also agreed to pay forfeiture for $2,164,758.41 and make restitution in the same amount.

The social media personality is scheduled to be sentenced by U.S. District Judge, Paul A. Crotty later.

In less than 24 hours after the breaking news of Hajia4Reall pleading guilty to the romance scam case,  previous videos of her encouraging young ladies to work hard, pray more, be determined and the need to focus on life surfaced on social media.

The videos have left netizens very distraught as they perceive Hajia4Reall’s videos as misleading to young ladies after her dubious act came to the limelight.

Some of the netizens commenting on  Hajia4Reall’s motivational videos on X, formerly known as Twitter wrote;

The United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Damian Williams, who announced the guilty plea said; “Mona Faiz Montrage knowingly received money stolen from older Americans through romance scams and was arrested abroad and now faces serious consequences for her actions.”

He insisted that the romance scam harmed vulnerable, elderly victims who had to face the tough reality that their romantic connections online were fake.

“This Office and our law enforcement partners are relentless in bringing fraudsters who target Americans to justice, no matter where they are,” the Attorney added.

It will be recalled that Hajia4Reall was extradited to the United States from the United Kingdom over her alleged involvement in a $2 million romance scam locally called ‘sakawa’ targeting older, single Americans, in May 2023.

Prosecutors said she was charged with conspiracy to commit and committing wire fraud and money laundering, each of which carries a maximum sentence of 20 years imprisonment.

She was also charged with receipt of stolen money, which carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in jail, and conspiracy to receive stolen money, with a maximum of five years.

Currently, the social media influencer has deactivated all her social media accounts.

  1. Anonymous says

    The end results has come, it is a warning for the young girls out there thinking they are smart

  2. Anonymous says

    It is a warning for the rest of the young girls out there thinking they are smart

  3. Anonymous says

    The end results has come, do not see somebody having money and you are jealous about the person because you don’t know how the person got that money be wise

  4. Anonymous says

    It’s quite obvious she’s been arrested and brought before the law. But in one way or the other, we are all sinning differently as far as money is concerned. Therefore she advising people to work hard doesn’t mean she was holy.

  5. Anonymous says

    This is to serve us a deterant to every girl out there who thinks she is smart and hence can deceive others.

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