- A young man has been left in tears after lady he met on Facebook ran off with his properties
- He had started a relationship with the lady after they connected on social media
An EU-based Ghanaian man identified as Kingsley Osei Bonsu has been left in serious pains after a lady he met on Facebook ran off with his cars and luggage.
The duo had met on Facebook and had started a relationship. The young man took to his Facebook page to share information about the lady in order to make her arrest easier.
He explained how the lady defrauded him of his valuables and shared photos of her. He dropped his phone numbers so that he could be reached in case she was found.
A young man identified as Frank Bawumia shed more light on the matter as he explained how the lady was able to dupe the man.
According to him, Bonsu had shipped three cars to the lady after they started their affair. He had told her he had plans of settling down in Ghana. He also sent her money for the port charges.
Nana Ama Asare, the lady, cleared the cars without giving the man any reason to doubt her. Bonsu then travelled down to Ghana to meet his supposed fiancée and formalize things between them.
Bawumia said Asare was waiting for him at the reception. Two cars were made available; the couple rode in one with Asare driving and a male friend of hers drove the other with Bonsu’s things. According to Bawumia, they stopped at a restaurant to eat.
It was at that moment that the lady left him with the excuse of picking something from the car and she disappeared. The young man waited but there was no sign of his Facebook lover. Her phones were switched with her Facebook profile pulled down.
Check his original Facebook post below:
The young man reported the case at the police station as soon as he could. Some phone numbers were also given for anyone with useful information about her to help them track them down.
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