Portia Asare Boateng Blasts Visa Victims, Denies Involvement In Scam

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Portia Asare Boateng Blasts Visa Victims, Denies Involvement In Scam

Portia Asare Boateng, a popular Kumawood actress and brand ambassador of Union Travelling Agency, has lashed out at some of her clients who accused her of being involved in a visa scam. The actress, who has been silent on the issue for a while, took to social media to vent her anger and frustration at the people who have been harassing her for their money.


In a video posted on her Instagram page, Portia Asare said she was innocent of the allegations and that she only endorsed the company as a brand ambassador. She said she had no idea that the company was duping people and that she was also a victim of their fraud. She said she had paid GHC 10,000 for her brother to travel with the company but he never got his visa.


Portia Asare also revealed that she had reported the matter to the police and that the CEO of Union Group of Companies, Dr. Augustine Opoku Agyemang, and his wife, Mrs. Maud Opoku Agyemang, were the ones behind the scam. She said they had used another actress, Queen Sabby Debrah, as their agent to collect money from unsuspecting clients.


The actress then proceeded to insult and curse the people who have been putting pressure on her to refund their money. She called them "nkwasiafoɔ" (fools) and said "God will pun!sh you all". She said they should direct their anger and demands to the CEO and his wife, who have been arrested by the police. She also threatened to expose some of the clients who have been blackmailing her with nude pictures and videos.


Portia Asare's video has sparked mixed reactions from social media users. Some have sympathized with her and praised her for speaking out, while others have criticized her for being rude and disrespectful to her clients. Some have also questioned her credibility and integrity as a brand ambassador.


The visa scam involving Union Travelling Agency has been making headlines for some time now. According to reports, the company promised to secure visas and work permits for over 300 clients who paid between GHC 10,000 and GHC 15,000 each. However, the company failed to deliver on its promise and went into hiding with the clients' money.


The police have arrested the CEO of Union Group of Companies, Dr. Augustine Opoku Agyemang, and his wife, Mrs. Maud Opoku Agyemang, for their involvement in the scam. They have also declared Queen Sabby Debrah wanted for her role as an agent of the company. The police have urged the victims to come forward with their evidence and receipts to facilitate investigations.


The CEO of Union Group of Companies has exonerated Portia Asare Boateng from the scam and said she was only a brand ambassador who had no knowledge of the company's activities. He said he was willing to refund all the money owed to the clients once they produced their authentic receipts.

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