Mona Gucci in court over alleged GH¢103K US visa fraud

A claim of visa fraud has brought Monalisa Abigail Semeha, better known as “Mona Gucci” in the entertainment world, before an Accra Circuit Court.

Allegedly, the defendant obtained GH¢103,400.00 from a merchant pretending to obtain US visas for her customers, but her plans were unsuccessful.

Travel consultant Mona Gucci was charged with defrauding by false pretenses and entered a not guilty plea.

Under the direction of Mr. Isaac Addo, the court granted her GH¢200,000.00 bail with a single surety.

Her next scheduled performance is set for December 11, 2023.

Mona Gucci in court over alleged GH¢103K US visa fraud

Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Seth Frimpong presented the facts, which said that Mona Gucci lived in Odorkor, Accra, and the complainant, Madam Comfort Obiri, was a trader who lived in Ofankor.

According to the prosecution, in February 2019, the complainant was presented to the accused by a woman named Esther who claimed to be able to get a visa for the complainant to enter the United States.

It stated that when the complainant saw the defendant in Accra, she gave her the assurance that

She might pay GH¢40,000.00 to have a USA Visa obtained for her.

According to the prosecution, the complainant introduced the accused to three persons in order for her to obtain a USA visa for each of them.

It stated that the accused attempted to get the visas and took GH¢103,400.00 from them, but was unsuccessful.

The prosecution said the defendant made a pledge to reimburse money but fell short.

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