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Nigerian Man Allegedly Hacks Into a GhanaianBank's E-mail and Steals Loads of Cash (Photo)

A Nigerian man was arrested at Haatso, Ghana for
allegedly hacking into a commercial bank's
electronic mail and stealing GH�25,000.

A Ghanaian Assistant Superintendent of Police,
Eugene Nyavor, has disclosed that the
management of a bank (name withheld) has
arrested and handed over to the police a Nigerian
man identified as Godwin Onwuneme Udu, for
allegedly hacking into the bank’s electronic mail
and stealing GH¢25,000 on July 19, at the Haatso
area of Ghana.

According to Ghana's Daily Guide, Godwin allegedly
transferred the cash from a customer and
transferred it into his personal account at a
different bank.

The bank noticed the Fraud and mounted
surveillance, which led to his arrest at the Haatso
branch of the bank where he had gone to withdraw
some money using a check book.

The fraud suspect who have been operating with
other gangsters, has also been engaged in another
fraud case which is being handled by the
Documentation Fraud Unit at the police headquarter
in Accra.

ASP Nyavor urged banks to consult expects to
monitor their control systems to save them from
any financial losses.

"Bankers must also ensure that they get
authorization from customers before huge sums of
money are given out, even when the bearer has a
check book," he said.




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