Saturday, November 29, 2014

FBI offers $5,000 for the arrest of Ghanaian fraudster, Baffour E. Opoku


The FBI is searching for a Ghanaian known as Baffour E. Opoku for his involvement in fraudulent activities in the United States. 

Baffour and other nine accomplices were said to have defrauded Madicaid of more than $2 Million, according to hamptonroads.com

 A warrant was issued on October 22 for Baffour E. Opoku after he and nine other people were indicted on the charges in federal court, according to an FBI news release.

 Baffour’s accomplices were arrested were arrested in late October but could not nab the leader. Baffour E. Opoku, who currently lives in Virginia Beach faces 101 counts on a 105-count indictment.

Ameyaw Debrah