Fraud Case Two NDC executives in police custody for allegedly defrauding fishermen

Mr Gideon Konibah, Constituency Chairman and Mr Augustine Ofori Andoh, Deputy Constituency Secretary are alleged to have taken money from the fishermen to provide outboard motors for them.

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Two National Democratic Congress officials in Jomoro in the Western Region have been arrested by the police for allegedly defrauding fishermen in the area.

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Mr Gideon Konibah, Constituency Chairman and Mr Augustine Ofori Andoh, Deputy Constituency Secretary are alleged to have taken money from the fishermen to provide outboard motors for them.

The were arrested after the Chief Fisherman in the area,  Mr Emmanuel Odwiri, filed a complaint with the police.

Konibah and Andoh were arrested at Agona Nkwanta, in the Ahanta West District of the Western Region.

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They were given one week to pay back the money but they failed, the chief fisherman said.

According to the police, the two will be arraigned before a court in the coming weeks.

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