The police in Ghana have arrested 26 Nigerians for allegedly engaging in fraud in Kasoa area of the country.
Two of those arrested were said to be women.
According to the Deputy Commissioner of Police, Ghana Police Services, Okyere Boapeh, the suspected fraudsters were arrested based on intelligence they gathered from the police Headquarters.
Boapeh said police intelligence showed that some criminal activities had been going on in Iron City which is a suburb in Kasoa.
He disclosed that a team of police personnel were deployed to the area where the 26 suspects were picked up from a house.
Also, Deputy Police commander Amaning Oduro said they retrieved 31 laptops, 26 mobile phones, five machetes and substances suspected to be Indian hemp from the suspects.
He said the suspects were expected to be screened, and that those found culpable would be prosecuted to court.