It’s for the children, but they’ll probably be adults before this scam ever comes to fruition.
Holy sheik, that’s a lot of cash.
An 84-year-old Bronx grandmother claims that she loaned a prominent imam her life savings to fund a day-care center — but that he never built it and he stiffed her on the $52,000.
Sheik Moussa Drammeh admitted to The Post that instead he sank Ruth Young’s money into a wacky invention and two Web sites.
“The money did not go to waste,” Drammeh said.
“I failed on paying her back,” he said, adding he’d repay her “any day now.”
Young was doubtful.
“He must think that he could get over on me,” said the wheelchair-bound Co-op City resident.
Obama got over on all of you folks so obviously you’re an easy mark.
The holy man, a member of Community Board 9 in Parkchester, gave her a check for $57,500 on April 15, but it bounced.
According to a contract dated June 7, 2010, and signed by both parties, the money was to be used to build the Barack Hussein Obama Children Center. It describes the money as an investment and a loan.
“I thought it was a good investment,” Young said.