Ladies beat, strip colleague for using contribution money to buy iPhone 13

A video making the rounds on social media captures the moment a lady was being assaulted by her colleagues for allegedly spending their thrift savings.

It was gathered that the young woman diverted the money they contributed as a cooperative without informing anyone and used it to buy iPhone 13 for herself.

In the video, the ladies could be seen embarrassing and beating her as punishment for the act of using their joint money for her personal wants.

The victims stormed her house when they heard she had used their cash contributions to buy an iPhone and nearly stripped her unclad.

CorrectNG is unable to post the video due to the disturbing nature of its content.

Reacting, officialhappinessbernard; Na pressure. iPhone users pressuring themselves 😂😂

nenny.queen; As if she can maintain the iPhone… Women ehhh😂

prince_walz147; They need to be arrested and she must sue them. If it has been established it was the money contributed she used then fair enough but on the other hand if it was just rumours as we know how bitter people are, then she must fight them lawfully..

Meanwhile in another news…

A 25-year-old bank worker has been arrested by the Ghanaian Police for allegedly stealing about Ghc1.2 million (N50million) from two customers bank accounts.

Emmanuel Sakyi Afriyie, a contract employee of one of Ghana’s biggest banks, was alleged to have taken money belonging to a judge and a previous Inspector General of Police, both of whom are deceased.

According to the police, the suspect transferred some of the funds to his own account in another bank, the accounts of his 17 collaborators in various banks, and their mobile money accounts.

He is also accused of using It was gathered that Afriyie used some of the funds to purchase an iPhone 14 Pro Max and a Toyota Camry, and intended to sneak away with his girlfriend to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates after purchasing an airline ticket.

But security operatives acting on intelligence swung into action and apprehended Afriyie at the Kotoka International Airport on June 4, 2023.

The accused person allegedly carried out the fraudulent transactions by discreetly recording his boss using a mobile phone as she entered her password, and he later examined the clip to determine the password she was using. Afriyie then transferred the funds from the customers’ accounts within two months.

Some of his accomplices were later arrested and brought before a court and held in detention before they were eventually granted bail. Afriyie was accused of several offences, including conspiracy and theft alongside some of his aides.

He is the only suspect facing additional charges of falsifying accounts and forging other documents, raising his total number of accusations against him to 13, all of which he pleaded not guilty.