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The police sources said Dr. Tetteh received some of the monies while his wife also received part on his behalf.
Dr. Tetteh, after receiving the said monies, allegedly went into hiding until the matter was reported to the Adabraka District Police by the victims in 2011.
His elder brother was said to have helped to refund part of the monies to the complainants in the case.
The suspect was said to have issued a cheque for $10,000 to the victims to cash from his Ecobank account but it bounced.
The victims then lodged another complaint of fraud with the Accra Regional Police Command and on hearing that he was wanted for fraud, Prince Tetteh allegedly bolted and has since been on police wanted list.
“When Daily Guide contacted Dr. Lawrence Tetteh, he denied ever knowing the said Prince Tetteh”, the paper reported on Thursday May 15, 2014.
He also denied having refunded any money and facilitated the release of the suspect, reports the paper.
Even though the international evangelist admitted that Worldwide Miracle Outreach Church (WMO) is his ministry, he claimed he had nothing to do with Prince Tetteh — who had indicated in his profile that he is co-founder of WMO.
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