Three Ghanaian students are facing credit card fraud related charges in Fiji.
The trio has been accused of an alleged use of illegal personal information from credit cards to retrieve money from Western Union in that country.
The three are Marvin Opoku Agyemang, Boakye Vincent Kwame, and Isaac Velison. Newswire Fijilive reports today June 5, 2012 that the trio has been remanded by a Magistrates Court in that country even though they sought for bail.
The three Ghanaians, who are in Fiji on student visas, will re-appear before court on June 12, the report said.
Source Ghana Business News
Category: Ghanaians Abroad