Second Lady, Samira Bawumia has issued a disclaimer warning the public against scammers using her name to dupe unsuspecting persons. According to a statement signed by Special Aide to the Second Lady, Kwame Twum, Samira is not recruiting for the United Nations like its been purported. In a statement, the Office denied undertaking such exercise, adding: “Mrs Bawumia and her office assume no responsibility and will not be held liable for the consequences arising out of transactions made with any e-mail address or handle” not officially sanctioned by her office.
THE OFFICE OF THE SECOND LADYSaturday, April 20, 2019.DISCLAIMERIt has come to the attention of the Office of the…
The statement also urged the public to take note of Samira Bawumia’s official e-mail address and handles of the Second Lady as follows; email@example.com Samira Bawumia-Facebook SBawumia-Twitter sbawumia-Instagram “Any address bearing semblance of her or her name, other than the ones indicated above, are to be disregarded. “Mrs Bawumia and her office assume no responsibility and will not be held liable for the consequences arising out of transactions made with any e-mail address or handle, other than the ones listed above,” the disclaimer noted.
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The disclaimer comes on the back of scammers sending an e-mail to popular celebrity blogger, Ameyaw Debrah using the Second Lady’s name.
haha i just received this from a "Samira Bawumia "