According to the Central Regional Police Command, a secret room containing Ghana cedis notes was discovered in Kasoa. Information provided led to the arrest of two people in the area who were believed to be the owners of the secret room. Further investigation revealed that all of the money in the room had been printed in counterfeit currencies.
Further investigation revealed that the two owners of the room are Cameroonians. Plainclothed policemen interrogated the men in a video shared by Metro TV’s central Regional correspondent, asking them how they printed the money with their own machine.
The Central Regional Police Commander, DCOP Okyere Kojo Boapeah, announced that the two would be processed for court. They have been arrested and detained for further investigations.
When we thought Kasoa township’s name would be put to rest, another case arises. The identities of the alleged bogus money dealers have not been revealed.
We hope they are subjected to the full force of the law. Tap on the link to watch the short video: