When job seekers learned the organization that had promised them work did not exist, they were left stranded at Stanbic Heights in Airport City.
These desperate job seekers were contacted via social media by a firm called End Hunger Africa, who offered them enormous sums.
One of the openings was really paying a staggering $1,300 to a SHS alumnus who was prepared to work as a project manager.
They were told where to go to pick up their appointment letters, but when they arrived, they discovered the business had never existed.
Stanbic Heights’ owners and managers were astounded to see so many individuals gather on their location in the expectation of finding lucrative jobs.
The job searchers reportedly paid GHC12,000 for the fake employment.