In a statement posted on Facebook, Generator Raw Lingz said the defendants were claiming to be his or her representative and were appealing to individuals to donate for funeral arrangements.
“The operation of these criminals is to attract the attention of criminals who want to express their sincere condolences to the Member of Parliament, then they proceed to ask for donations for the funeral arrangements,” said Rawings Lings . Parliament said on Friday.
His office told people to stay on the lookout and report to the police anyone who claims to be theirs on social media.
One example he posted was a pretense of sending bank account information to a victim and telling them to “please try and donate, if you can,” claiming the funds. “There are funeral arrangements.”
He warned the accused that “the framework is a crime” and that “whoever is caught will be prosecuted.” According to Ghana’s 1960 Criminal Code, a person who deceives someone with a false pretense is “guilty of a second-degree offense.”
Her handle is @Zaneetorofficial on her official Instagram, Facebook and Twitter accounts. His father’s funeral has not yet been finalized.
On Tuesday, Rawlings posted a picture on Facebook showing him dancing with his late father. Read the caption, “Daddy, you’re so missed, Daddy.”
While serving in various international diplomatic missions as a representative of the African Union in Somalia, Rawlings remained a powerful broker in Ghanaian politics.