A mobile money fraudster who attempted to defraud a Pastor of the Church of Pentecost ended up confessing.
The fraudster after failed attempt to defraud Pastor Musa Yahaya -Resident Minister of Pentecost International Worship Center (PIWC) -Koforidua on phone confessed that he is a fraudster and that makes a living out of fraud.
Below is a transcript of what transpired in a recorded conversation between the Pastor and the fraudster.
Pastor: Good morning my name is Kwabena I have seen your message that your name is Kwame Ntrakwa, and you live in Kasoa.
Fraudster: I am working now so let’s talk later. I’m working.
Pastor: Working? What work do you do? You are a Fraudster right?
Fraudster: [Giggles] that is right but Let me get to the House so that I call you, please.
Pastor: What about if you do not get to the house and you die on your way.
Fraudster: [Frightened] I will get to the house by God’s grace.
Pastor: so you know God is alive and you are engaging in this fraudulent act.
Fraudster: Listen to what you are saying [Becoming Angry]. Even armed robbers are still alive operating how can’t I live. We only use psychology it is not theft. Let me get to the house and call you.
Pastor: If you don’t repent and die in your sin you will see.
Fraudster: [goes silent on phone]. Hangs up call.
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