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UN petitions IGP over imposter affiliate groups in Ghana

The United Nations is requesting the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration to deal with what it describes as identity theft by some unscrupulous organisations operating in Ghana under the pretext of being affiliated to the world body.

According to the UN, it has evidence of fraudulent activities being perpetrated by two institutions including a group calling itself the United Nations youth who have for some time now posited as one of their agencies and appointing resident representatives.

At a high-powered delegation meeting in Accra between officials of the foreign affairs ministry and all heads of UN organisations in Ghana, one of the scam letters with a purported endorsement from the former minister for foreign affairs Hannah Tetteh was tendered as part of illegal dealings of the group.

However, UN Resident Coordinator Sylvia Lopez-Ekra reveals that a notice has been sent to the Inspector General of Police and other security agencies to deal with the matter.

Source: GhanaWeb

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