An unidentified white lady travelled all the way to Ghana to have an internet fraudster known locally as a ‘sakawa’ boy, arrested for defrauding her.
According to Adomonline, the white lady had been defrauded some years back by the suspect identified as Solomon Attah, to the tune of 20,000 euros (GHC 113,000). After which, he cut ties with her.
The lady then tracked Attah to Ghana and with the help of the local police, he was arrested.
In the video, operatives of Ghana’s Criminal Investigations Department were seen trying to gain access into the house, where Attah and some other suspected internet fraudsters were living and carrying out their activities.
Attah and his crew attempted to bolt but the police personnel were quick enough to capture them. They were arrested and taken to the police station.
While the arrest was taking place, the white man that accompained the lady demanded that Attah paid part or the full amount of money he extorted.
Attah said he’s ready to do that. There was a car parked in the compound which he could be heard saying that he’ll sell for 10,000 Euros, which covers half of the amount.
Watch the video below.