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Popular television actress, Julie Juu (real name Abena Achiaa) of GTV Cantata fame may have been bluffing when she told Showbiz on phone ten days ago that she was available and the police or anyone who was looking for her could find her.

The real situation, however, is that the Akan Drama actress is nowhere to be found even when other victims have showed up since the Showbiz publication in which two people claimed that she had swindled them of Gh13,500 after she had promised to secure UK visas for them.

Julie Juu told Showbiz that it was not true the police was after her and that she had not received any call from the police. Why would I not honour an invitation by the police if indeed they are looking for me?, she said.

Yet the new victims, Rhoda Sekyi and Doris Sekyi, who are sisters, told Showbiz last Tuesday that they paid Gh 8,000 to Julie Juu in February last year to get them visas to Germany.

We made the payment to Julie Juu at her home at Lapaz in Accra but since then she is nowhere to be found although we have reported the case to the police the two sisters said.

A police officer at the Lapaz Police Station where the case was reported confirmed that they were looking for Julie Juu to answer questions, the same way as the Cantonments police told Showbiz they way doing with regard to the first complaint.

Rhoda and Doris Sekyi said if Juu Julie has decided not to pay their money she could keep it but what they need most now are their passports, marriage and birth certificates which Julie Juu took from them.
Source: Graphic Showbiz

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