- @queen2winnie, a Ghanaian lady who lives in Dubai, has dropped a video advising anyone who might want to travel overseas to seek greener pastures to be careful
- According to her, there are many Ghanaians who have turned themselves into supposed 'agents' and scam many travellers
- Winnie revealed that the 'agents' normally assure their clients of jobs and good living conditions only for them to arrive and become stranded
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A young Ghanaian lady living in Dubai who is identified on social media with the handle, @queen2winnie, has revealed a scam that many people seeking to travel abroad fall into.
In a video sighted by Briefly.co.za on the official Instagram handle of Facts and Truths, Winnie spoke vehemently as she tried to let her words sink in for anyone with the prospect of travelling overseas.
According to her, many people turn themselves into 'agents' and claim they want to help people secure jobs overseas and travel to occupy the ready vacancies.
Watch the video below:
She indicated that the heinous act is usually undertaken by Ghanaians and they use it to dupe other people from Ghana.
In many cases, Winnie indicates that many people travel from Ghana to Dubai with the assurance of assuming better living conditions only for them to end up having no jobs or even accommodation.
This leaves many of them stranded and left to struggle for their own survival with menial jobs, and they regret ever deciding to embark on the journey overseas.
In another interesting report by Briefly.co.za, Ghanaians have been reacting wildly to the trending story about Selly Galley who was bitterly insulted by a young lady called Henewaa Piesie .
After Piesie's heart-piercing comment, in which she referred to Selly Galley as barren and bad-looking, went viral, Selly Galley took her time to properly curse the young lady.
From that moment, Piesie has been apologising to Selly through any means she found including under the posts of Selly's husband and on her own Instagram handle.
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