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Meet Abdul Inusah? Inusah Fuseini son who has been convicted in the US.

The article looks at Abdul Inusah, Inusah Fuseini’s son.

Who is Inusah Fuseini?

Inusah Abdulai Bistav Fuseini need no introduction in Ghana.

He is a former member of Parliament for the famous Tamale central constituency. He came to power when the MP at the time Wayo Seini defected to the NPP. This created a by-election which he won in 2016.

He is also  a former Minister of Lands and Natural Resources under the Mahama regime.
Inusah Fuseini  was with the Law Trust Company in Accra, before joining politics.

Who is Abdul Inusah?

Abdul Inusah is one of the four children of the politician. He is a 31 year old man.
Just like his father, Abdul is a Muslim and is currently studying in the  in the USA.
His arrest has spark interest on the media landscape and social media as well.
This is due to the influence of his father, who is highly regarded and is seen to speak frankly.
This is what his father had to say about his arrest.“As a father, my son told me that one of his colleague students wanted a car and he has documents that allow him to auction vehicle and it turns out the colleague student was involved in a romance fraud.”
However the case as they US authorities had it, is different. The West Virginia News reports that the trial on Abdul Inusah lasted three days and he has been convicted.
The evidence that was used revealed that Abdul Inusah was part of a conspiracy that targets its unsuspecting victims with false personas. They do this through email,text messaging and online dating and even social media websites.
They evidence indicates their activities ranges between 2018 and 2019.

There is an example of one such false personas to be  “Miarama,” was used to induce an Alabama resident into providing $106,000 via wire transfers and cashier’s checks. The amount included $48,000 to pay overdue taxes on a nonexistent gold inheritance in Ghana and $21,000 wired to Bitsav Supply LLC, a shell company set up by Inusah. Another false persona, “Grace,” persuaded a Washington resident to wire funds so “Grace” could maintain her South African cocoa plantation and move to the United States to marry the victim. Other victims of the false personas included residents of Ohio and Florida.”

The jury which abdicated on the matter  found Abdul Inusah “guilty of receipt of stolen money, conspiracy to commit money laundering, and two counts of wire fraud”.
The alleged wire fraud counts involve a pair of $2,000 Zelle wire transfers to Inusah from the money obtained using the “Miarama” false persona in January 2019.

“It is truly heartbreaking how this conspiracy exploited individuals who were particularly vulnerable, such as following the death of a longtime spouse,” said United States Attorney Will Thompson. “Some of the victims did not recognize themselves as victims, and continued to believe these false personas were real and that they were in actual relationships. I commend the investigative work of the United States Secret Service, the United States Postal Inspection Service, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation-Office of Inspector General (FDIC-OIG), the West Virginia State Police and the South Charleston Police Department. I also commend Assistant United States Attorneys Kathleen Robeson and R. Gregory McVey and our trial team for trying this complex fraud case before the jury.”

It is expected that with his father background in law, the family will mount a spirited defense on the case to try and save the face of the family.

By Robert

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