Council house fraudster jailed

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A man has begun a five-month prison sentence after being found guilty of obtaining a council home fraudulently.


Isaac Fordjour, 39, pleaded guilty to obtaining services by deception in July at Woolwich Crown Court.


The crime is the latest to be uncovered under Southwark Council’s Operation Bronze, an initiative to combat housing fraud.


The council has now prosecuted 22 people and recovered 35 properties as part of the operation.

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