In Canada: A Ghanaian Man, Andrew Gyimah Was Arrested For Allegedly Defrauding Two Clients With Rice Packages Instead of iPhone 6

Ghanaian Man Arrested For Allegedly Defrauding People By Selling Packaged Rice To Them Instead of iPhone

Alot of felonious cases has been reported from Ghana since a couple of months ago. Not too long when Captain Maxwell Mahama was mistook as armed robber which he was later lynched and burnt to death followed a week after when an handsome police officer of Rapid Response Unit at Tema was gun down by a suspected killer known as Dogo America.

And here, we are having the report of a Ghanaian-Canadian man who allegedly sells Rice Package to two clients instead of an iPhone.
According to City News, The suspect name is Andrew Gyimah who was arrested by police in Toronto, Canada after he had been reported to the police agency.

Canadian Authorities reports that Andrew Gyimah with one of his prey on Islington avenue after seeing the Online Advertisements published by Andrew.
On negotiations, Andrew gave a box which he said to have contained the iPhone 6 package to his victim but, when the victim opened the box, all he could found Is grains of rice.

Previously, The report of his scam has been reported to The police by another person who was also a victim of the rice package instead of an iPhone 6 package.

Andrew Gyimah is now facing two counts of Fraud under $5,000, two counts of false pretence under $5,000, and two counts of breaching a court order.


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