We asked him where the guy he was standing at the gate with was. Because I saw him (wearing a white T-shirt) with somebody else (wearing a black T-shirt). Black and white smoke.
How did we get here? Are you saying you've missed Part 1 and Part 2? This is a blockbuster series o. Go read and then come and continue.
The driver and I had seen him standing with another person. For him to deny knowing the guy made him very suspect just around the time I was trying to believe he was really a Good Samaritan. The 2 policemen asked him who he was... and his stuttering and answering questions with questions like he didn't know he was the one being addressed annoyed the policemen. I am going to conceal his (
At the Nima Police Station,
I asked him for his ID card, but he didn't have any. So I asked hm to show us his Facebook account. I was part of the investigative team now. Hwɛ! I loved Inspector Bediako papa! He went to his profile link and lo and behold, he was using a name different from the real one he gave. This Facebook name was that of 'Northerner'. He then said he was a Muslim and this is the name he uses on Facebook. I wondered why he didn't just use this Facebook account to contact me if he was a genuine person but created an alter-ego called Dominique Werner who lives in Burbank, California. He hardly had any photos of himself in this Facebook account but in his cover photo, he had taken a picture with a famous female celebrity in Ghana. If you just thought "it's easy to guess baby!" then you should dedicate time to the Ghana Police Service's CID department.
For some reason, I had to show the police my Facebook account. Uh huh, it was to show them that I had reported a stolen phone and wallet on March 6th. Apparently,
The police checked his phone's messages and saw a couple of messages about a Canadian ticket. That looked like a message that had fraud written over it. He claimed he worked with his mother. I was given a sheet to take home to write a statement and report to the police station in the morning. "
I wasn't given my stolen cards that night because I needed to write the statement first. I finally went home and spoke to my parents about what had happened and took their advice on what to do next. Let's just say, my parents rock. One thing was clear, I needed to ensure none of my money had been spent. And I just had to get the phone back. It was a Samsung S2. If