Woman cheats friend of investment money by claiming her husband works for 'MM'

Woman cheats friend of investment money by claiming her husband works for 'MM'
Financial hardship cannot be an excuse to commit crime, said District Judge Eddy Tham on Monday when sentencing Ricky Foo Kee Kiong, 31, to five months in jail and a $30,000 fine.

A woman was jailed for 11 months on Wednesday after she cheated three victims of $24,590. Kalimah Osman, 56, told a fellow religious studies classmate that her husband was working in Interpol and had been assigned to take care of the "Minister Mentor" (MM). She also lied that the "Minister Mentor" had given her family eight OCBC bank shares.


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