A private security officer and a resident of Kansaworado in the Sekondi Takoradi metropolis might still be licking his wounds in wonderland after being robbed of his Infinix mobile phone by a Facebook friend.

The victim, Ali Baba, laments on Connect FM the lady, who uses the name sister Naadea on Facebook, requested to pay him a visit after being friends with her for about a year.

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“I invited the lady to my workplace on Sunday morning, August 26, 2018, when after closing, the lady requested to go and see where I live,” he recounted.

According to him, when they got to the house, he asked the lady believed to be in her early twenties to wait for him at the Lorry Terminal for him to go and wash down.

“When I was going to wash down, she requested I give my phone, Infinix Note 2 for her to play games on it which I obliged,” he continued.

The man says upon his return from the house, the lady had disappeared.

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He further laments he quickly called the lady to know her whereabouts but she told him she had lost her way and within some few minutes, the phone was off.

Another man, a pastor who gave his name as Rev. Stephen, appeared on the show to share the experience of how a colleague pastor was duped by a Facebook friend he intended marrying.

According to Rev Stephen, his colleague became friends with the lady whose name she gave as Eunice Appiah on Facebook and invited her from Takoradi to Accra.

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He says while with the lady at home, the colleague fell asleep and when he woke up, the lady had bolted with the colleague’s flat screen Television, watches, two phones and an undisclosed amount of money.