Ghana: 16 Women Nabbed Over Fake Currency Printing, Distribution in Kumasi

Sixteen women, believed to belong to a syndicate of fake money printing and distribution have been busted by the police, here, in a special operation.

An amount of GH₵34, 658.00 genuine currencies and GH₵41, 111.00 fake ones, were retrieved from them during the arrest.

The suspects were said to be going round buying items at the markets at Techiman in the Bono East, Ejura, and Aputuogya in Ashanti Regions, respectively, in the denominations of mostly GH₵ 200.00, GH₵100.00 and some…

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