The Ghana Immigration Service (GIS), has arrested one Saviour Sodjagor a Ghanaian in Recruitment Scam. The suspect was arrested at Weija a suburb of Accra, when he attempted to defraud a lady of three hundred and fifty Ghana Cedis (GH¢350) under the pretext of selling GIS Recruitment form to her.
In the suspects written statement, he mentioned one Maxwell Ativor, a.k.a. Philip Prince Kpobi of being the brain behind the scam. He stated that he was contracted by Maxwell to look for persons who are interested in joining the GIS at a fee of three hundred Ghana Cedis (GH¢300).
According to the Suspect, he managed to convince one Mariam who paid three hundred and fifty Ghana Cedis (GH¢ 350) and he sent it through MTN Mobile money to Maxwell. Again, suspect claims he contacted one Grace and managed to convince her, however lack eluded him when upon a tip off he was apprehended by officials from the Operations Unit of GIS just as he took hold of the money.
The suspect has been handed over to the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service for further investigations and subsequent prosecution.
We wish to inform the general public that the GIS has not yet started any recruitment exercise and the public would be duely informed when we are ready.