We met at a Gucci Shop on the day of her arrest – Nhyiraba Kojo on Hajia4Reall saga

Nhyiraba Kojo, a Ghanaian singer and businessman, has responded to the news of Hajia4Reall’s arrest and subsequent extradition from the United Kingdom to the United States.

This development has sparked discussions in the media since Tuesday, May 16, 2023, and Nhyiraba Kojo is now adding his voice to the conversation.

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During an interview with KingdomFM’s Fiifi Pratt, Nhyiraba Kojo revealed that on the day of Hajia4Reall’s arrest, they coincidentally met at the GUCCI store, where she was shopping for various items.

“I don’t know much about the case. All I know is that we were all in the UK at the time the incident happened. Prior to the incident, we even met at the GUCCI shop where she bought some stuff.

On that very day, she bought from the same shop I bought my stuff. This sunglass I’m even wearing was part of the items I bought that day. She even shared a post on social media and afterwards, we heard she was arrested,” he stated.

Nhyiraba Kojo emphasized the sensitivity of legal matters and expressed his prayers for Hajia4Reall, hoping that God would provide her with strength during this challenging time.

He mentioned that he recently experienced his own legal troubles, having been released from prison for a contempt case. Due to this personal experience, Nhyiraba Kojo acknowledged that he does not feel qualified to speak extensively on such issues.

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“If she has been extradited from the UK to the US, it’s all part of the law. I also just got out of a court case. Let’s all pray for her so she’ll be strong to go through all of these. I can only pray for her to get out of this better,” he added.


Several international news portals and the United States FBI had reported that Hajia4Reall had been extradited to the United States from the United Kingdom over alleged involvement in a $2 million romance scam targeting older, single Americans.
Federal prosecutors established that the 30-year-old model appeared in Manhattan federal court on Monday, May 15, for her alleged involvement in a series of romance schemes.
The news has since flooded social media, topping Twitter trends amidst massive reactions from netizens online.