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Another visa fraud drags Mona Gucci to court

Monalisa Abigail Semeha, popularly known in the entertainment industry as “Mona Gucci,” has been put before an Accra Circuit Court over an alleged visa fraud.

The accused allegedly took GH¢103,400 from a trader under the pretext of securing her a United States of America visa.

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Mona Gucci allegedly failed to deliver the said USA visa.

Charged with defrauding by false pretence, Mona Gucci, a travel consultant, pleaded not guilty.

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The court presided over by Isaac Addo has admitted her to GH¢200,000.00 bail with one surety, the Ghana News Agency (GNA) reports.

Mona Gucci is expected to reappear on December 11, 2023.

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The facts of case, as presented by Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP), Seth Frimpong, are that the complainant, Comfort Obiri, was a trader and resident of Ofankor, while Mona Gucci is a resident of Odorkor in Accra.

The prosecution said in February 2019, the complainant was introduced to the accused person by one Esther as a person who could secure a United States of America visa for her.

It said the complainant met the accused person in Accra and she assured her that she could secure a USA visa for her at a cost of GH¢40,000.

The prosecution said the complainant introduced three other people to the accused person for her to secure visas for them as well.

It said the accused person collected GH¢103,400 from them under the pretext of securing the visas but failed.

The prosecution said the accused person promised a refund but failed.

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