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Hajia4Real Allegedly Attempts To Take Her Life After 5 Out Of Her 6 Victims Showed Up In Court With Evidence

Reports coming in suggests that Ghanaian media personality, Hajia4Real has allegedly tried to take her life following the recent court proceedings.

According to IG Blogger, @westafrican_celebs, during the court proceedings yesterday, five out of the six victims of Hajia4Real appeared in court with evidence that she scammed them.

This made her so emotional because it has become clear that she can’t weasel her way out of jail.

With the new evidences available, the Ghanaian socialite is likely to spend several years in jail and may probably not set foot in Ghana in a very long time.

Recall that Hajia4Real, who was arrested in the United Kingdom and extradited to the US on May 12, 2023, to face six charges, has pleaded not guilty in a Manhattan federal court.

According to Ghana’s Financial Intelligence Centre (IFC), which is working in conjunction with INTERPOL and FBI on the case, all persons within the social and business network of the suspect are now persons of interest in the investigation.

Hajia4Real is known to particularly have many associates in both entertainment and business circles in Ghana, and was an ambassador for some business brands.

The Deputy Manager of IFC, Shaun Henry Osei, made the disclosure in an interview with Accra-based Starr FM.

Obviously, she’s not going to be working alone, she’s going to be working in a network. The evidence that you have access to will actually lead you to be able to find out who her greater network is and obviously, if you find her greater network, by instinct you will want to look at those people because then they become persons of interest.

The FIC is Ghana’s national centre for the receipt and analysis of suspicious transaction reports and other information relevant to establish offences of money laundering or terrorist financing and proliferation financing (ML/TF&P) and disseminating actionable intelligence to competent authorities.

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