Ghanaians are raising legitimate concerns over the fact that QNET limited, a perceived PONZI scheme could donate items to the Ghana Police Service.
These concerns come on the back of a post shared by the Ghana Police Service expressing appreciation for receiving a donation from QNET Limited.
The post read: QNET Limited Supports Ghana Police Hospital The Managing Director of Rhinotrack Limited and Country Man Director of QNET Limited, Mr. George Anti-Ohene, has donated medical equipment to the Ghana Police Hospital on behalf of QNET Limited.
The equipment include five (5) filled large 47.2 Kg Oxygen cylinders, three (3) Medical Regulators, Four (4) Wheelchairs and eleven (11) Crutches. Mr. Anti-Ohene urged the Police hospital to put the equipment into good use to save lives as the company prepares to give more to assist in providing quality healthcare.
‘’I will be fulfilled to see that the items have saved at least one life’’, he added. COP Mr George Alex Mensah, Director-General Services who received the donation on behalf of the Police Administration expressed gratitude to QNET Limited.
and appealed to other philanthropists to emulate the example. He was joined by the Acting Medical Director, DCOP Dr. Ewusi-Emmim, the Hospital Administrator DCOP Mr. David Eklu, the Director Finance, ACP Mr. Osei Akoto Arthur and other police officers.
QNET Limited Supports Ghana Police Hospital
The Managing Director of Rhinotrack Limited and Country Man Director of QNET Limited, Mr. George Anti-Ohene, has donated medical equipment to the Ghana Police Hospital on behalf of QNET Limited. pic.twitter.com/ctTks6pBMQ
— Ghana Police Service (@GhPoliceService) May 12, 2021
QNET is one of the e-commerce setups in Ghana which has been in the news in recent times for running a supposed PONZI scheme that promises customers juicy returns on their investments which does not materialize.
Just like ChyMall, many believe QNET is in the same business and could not understand why the Ghana Police Service would accept a donation from them.
@CuteMameAma wrote: Qnet???? Unbelievable!!!!! Is this not the same entity responsible for bringing several, several illegal immigrants from Nigeria, Togo, Burkina Faso, etc to Ghana even in these times of closed land borders
@richybrefo wrote: Please QNET??.. Eiii these people are smart.. They defraud people oo
@sark_elis wrote Eeeiii Qnet? Dem make me come from Kumasi to Kasoa and asked me to bring 4,500 cedis before I start work. Fraud nkoaa
@Originalboy wrote: But I heard these people are fraudsters oooo
@shoeexpressgh wrote: Ehhh QNET? Rumour has it that they are fraudsters oooo.