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The FBI is gunning for Tobe Onwuhara, who they say bilked banks out of at least $44 million.

The FBI says Tobechi Onwuhara is a criminal mastermind. They say in less than three years, Onwuhara was able to steal $44 million from banks across the country, going nearly undetected by authorities. But Onwuhara did not live the quiet life. According to sources, Onwuhara lived a lavish lifestyle, spending money on high ends cars, jewelry and his favorite pastime -- strippers.

Agents say Onwuhara was essentially groomed for a life of crime. Born in Houston, Onwuhara was sent to live with his wealthy father in Nigeria before he was a teenager. Onwuhara’s father, Prince Doris Onwuhara, was a well-known con man who made a fortune in the notorious 419 scheme. The 419 scammers essentially fish for victims by sending random e-mails to accounts around the world. The e-mail usually tells the tale of a wealthy businessman or member of royalty who needs to desperately get money out of a country. The victims fall for the scam because they are promised a cut of the e-mail sender’s millions in exchange for a bank account number or a cash deposit for administration fees.

Onwuhara returned to the United States around 1999 as a young man. He settled in Texas and started work at the Capital One Financial Corporation. Agents believe this job gave Onwuhara unique insight into the American banking system, and they say within a short time, Onwuhara was putting his skills to use and started stealing credit card numbers.

In April 2002, Onwuhara was arrested in Lewisville, Texas, when police got a tip that he may be using fraudulent identification to steal money from stolen credit card numbers. Police raided his apartment and found fake driver’s licenses, credit card account numbers and material used to make fake identification. Police estimated that Onwuhara and another co-conspirator stole as much as $200,000 in just a few months.

But it would not be Onwuhara’s only arrest that year. In December, Onwuhara walked into a Seattle bank and tried to max out the cash withdrawal limit on a stolen credit card. When Onwuhara fled the bank, he jumped into a car driven by Abel Nnabue. The duo led police on a high-speed chase but was eventually apprehended when they tried to flee on foot.

Onwuhara and Nnabue were sentenced to two years in prison.


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The FBI says Tobechi Onwuhara is part of a group of Nigerians who they say are using online internet databases to steal victims' identities to the tune of $44 million.

Onwuhara and Nnabue only served eight months of their two-year sentence, and they relocated to Texas after their release. In 2005, the real estate market was hitting all-time highs. Agents say Onwuhara decided to target Home Equity Lines of Credit. However, unlike credit cards, HELOCS were much harder to steal.

But police say Onwuhara slowly found a solution, getting lists of homeowners in moderate-to-upscale communities across the country. From there, the FBI says he would research the homeowner’s credit reports, which told Onwuhara whether the homeowner had opened a HELOC account and how much money was in it. During the real estate boom it would not be uncommon for a homeowner to have more than $200,000 to $300,000 in home equity.

However, banks still had many safeguards in place to prevent fraud. Onwuhara was able to get around these safeguards by learning everything about his victims. He could easily get simple passwords, such as city of birth or mother’s maiden name, off the Internet. Agents say what was unique was how Onwuhara was able to manipulate phone services.

Onwuhara and his crew of co-conspirators would only use pre-paid phone and pre-paid wireless Internet cards, preventing authorities from tracking phones back to them. But they would also utilize spoofing services to call the banks. The spoofing service allowed Onwuhara to make the victim’s home phone number appear on the bank representative’s caller ID.

Authorities say Onwuhara made most of the phone calls to the banks, but if the caller needed to be female, his girlfriend Precious Matthews would make the call. Other co-conspirators would be tasked with researching new victims to pull off the scam.

Once they got access into the account, police say that’s when they'd transfer the money to the homeowner's checking account. This would not set off any alarms at the bank. Within a few hours, Onwuhara would then transfer the money to accounts in Asia, and then the money would go to a Hawala in Africa. Hawalas are money transferring systems that work on trust rather than regulations. Brokers, or hawaladars, would take a cut and then transfer the money into an African bank, eventually returning to a U.S. bank. Most of the money coming back to the United States came through a bank account belonging to Precious Matthews or one of the other co-conspirators.


The Perfect Scam Comes To An End

By the time the scam came to the attention of the FBI, Onwuhara and his crew had already taken nearly $20 million, and because the scammer had a foolproof system, they would take another $20 million before agents learned their identity.

But when the FBI gets involved, no system is foolproof. When agents learned the crew was using prepaid wireless connections, they contacted the providers, and one was able to give the FBI surveillance video of three individuals prepaying with cash.

The FBI got their next break in spring 2008 when they learned the crew was using a spoofing service. Those companies record all phone calls that are used via their service to prevent illegal activity. Now the FBI had 1,500 phone recordings to listen to, hoping to find one nugget of information leading them to the crew's identity.

While most of the calls were to bank, one call did eventually stick out. Someone in Onwuhara's crew pretended to be a doctor and called in a prescription to a pharmacy in the name of Tobechi Onwuhara. When the FBI ran his name, they realized Onwuhara had been arrested in 2002 for bank fraud.

The FBI compared his arrest photos to the surveillance video and felt it was a match, but they needed more information on his crew.

To find out about the co-conspirators, the FBI needed to find Onwuhara, and they realized he'd left Miami, stopped in New York for a bit and then flew to Nigeria.

FBI agents assigned to the case decided to stop Onwuhara and his travel companions as they returned from Nigeria. Onwuhara had changed his flight several times, giving the FBI reason to conduct a secondary security screening when they arrived through customs. They wanted Onwuhara to believe he was being questioned as a possible terrorist. Onwuhara fell for the trap and gave up information that would eventually link him to the crime.

In the summer 2008, the FBI felt they had enough evidence to take Onwuhara and his crew down. They knew Onwuhara was staying at a mansion near Miami. Although she was a college student, Precious Matthews was paying the $5,000 month mortgage on the house.

On Aug. 1, 2008, FBI agents and local police tailed Matthews and Onwuhara from the house to a Florida casino. As they approached the casino, authorities made their move and detained the crew – but Onwuhara wasn’t with them. While the other arrests were being made, the agents learned Matthews texted Onwuhara about the take down. It’s believed Onwuhara was in the casino at the time.

Agents say Onwuhara is well-traveled and may have hidden millions away in foreign banks. Because Onwuhara was an out-of-control spender, it is hard to tell where the money went. Officials say Onwuhara would spend $50,000 a night in strip clubs up to three times a week. He also stayed at five-star hotels and casinos whenever he traveled. They know Onwuhara was in the process of building a luxury home in Nigeria and had several expensive cars shipped there -- all paid in cash.

Onwuhara's co-conspirators have already been sentenced in this case:

Henry "Uche" Obilo, 30, Miami: Sentenced to 88 months in prison.
Abel Nnabue, 34, Dallas: Sentenced to 54 months on Jan. 30, 2009.
Onwuhara’s girlfriend, 27-year-old Precious Matthews: Sentenced to 51 months on Feb. 13, 2009.
Brandy Anderson, 31, of Dallas: Sentenced to two years of supervised probation and 40 days of community confinement on Feb. 20, 2009.
Ezenwa Onyedebelu, 21, Dallas: Sentenced to 37 months on Feb. 27, 2009.
Daniel Orjinta, 43, Nigeria: Sentenced to 42 months on March 6, 2009.
Paula Gipson, 34, Dallas, Sentenced to 15 months on Sept. 4, 2009.
The FBI is offering $25,000 to anyone with information leading to Onwuhara's arrest.

If you know where Tobechi Onwuhara is or anything about this case, call our Hotline right away at 1-800-CRIME-TV.  Remember, you can remain anonymous
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Nigerian indicted in $42 million health care fraud

 
MARY FLOOD
, HOUSTON CHRONICLE
 
A Nigeria native who lives in Houston was indicted Friday on charges he sought $42 million in false Medicare and Medicaid claims by paying folks $100 each to sign blank health care forms he would later submit for reimbursement.

Umawa Oke Imo, 54, a permanent resident alien in the United States and native of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, was indicted this week but first charged and detained in June.

control.He's accused of using an improperly staffed physical therapy clinic called City Nursing Services of Texas to conspire to commit health care fraud, mail fraud and money laundering, U.S. Attorney Tim Johnson and Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott announced. The clinic is at 9888 Bissonnet.

In a 36-count indictment, Imo is accused of paying recruiters to refer “patients” and paying those people $100 to sign numerous blank health care claim forms that were falsely submitted to the government though no care was rendered. Prosecutors allege Imo paid even more to keep patients from reporting the fraud to authorities once they saw claims had been made in their names.

Imo's lawyer Ralph Martinez, who said he's paid by Imo's family in Nigeria because Imo's funds are frozen, said his client was just one of many investors is this and two other clinics and had little to do with the day-to-day running of the clinic.

“He never saw patients. This is about people caught red-handed trying to curry favor with the government by blaming my client,” Martinez said.

$42 million in billing

The $42 million in billing was put through from 2007 to April 2009. Medicare paid more than $27 million and Medicaid nearly $3 million to City Nursing, prosecutors said.

The government alleges there was a check for $1 million made to Imo himself.

Martinez said his client, who initially had a public defender, does not live a lavish lifestyle. His home in Richmond has an appraised value of $283,340.

This was a joint investigation involving the FBI, IRS, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and state Medicaid fraud

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The FBI is gunning for Tobe Onwuhara, who they say bilked banks out of at least $44 million.

The FBI says Tobechi Onwuhara is a criminal mastermind. They say in less than three years, Onwuhara was able to steal $44 million from banks across the country, going nearly undetected by authorities. But Onwuhara did not live the quiet life. According to sources, Onwuhara lived a lavish lifestyle, spending money on high ends cars, jewelry and his favorite pastime -- strippers.

Agents say Onwuhara was essentially groomed for a life of crime. Born in Houston, Onwuhara was sent to live with his wealthy father in Nigeria before he was a teenager. Onwuhara’s father, Prince Doris Onwuhara, was a well-known con man who made a fortune in the notorious 419 scheme. The 419 scammers essentially fish for victims by sending random e-mails to accounts around the world. The e-mail usually tells the tale of a wealthy businessman or member of royalty who needs to desperately get money out of a country. The victims fall for the scam because they are promised a cut of the e-mail sender’s millions in exchange for a bank account number or a cash deposit for administration fees.

Onwuhara returned to the United States around 1999 as a young man. He settled in Texas and started work at the Capital One Financial Corporation. Agents believe this job gave Onwuhara unique insight into the American banking system, and they say within a short time, Onwuhara was putting his skills to use and started stealing credit card numbers.

In April 2002, Onwuhara was arrested in Lewisville, Texas, when police got a tip that he may be using fraudulent identification to steal money from stolen credit card numbers. Police raided his apartment and found fake driver’s licenses, credit card account numbers and material used to make fake identification. Police estimated that Onwuhara and another co-conspirator stole as much as $200,000 in just a few months.

But it would not be Onwuhara’s only arrest that year. In December, Onwuhara walked into a Seattle bank and tried to max out the cash withdrawal limit on a stolen credit card. When Onwuhara fled the bank, he jumped into a car driven by Abel Nnabue. The duo led police on a high-speed chase but was eventually apprehended when they tried to flee on foot.

Onwuhara and Nnabue were sentenced to two years in prison.


The Next Big Scam
 

 View Larger

The FBI says Tobechi Onwuhara is part of a group of Nigerians who they say are using online internet databases to steal victims' identities to the tune of $44 million.

Onwuhara and Nnabue only served eight months of their two-year sentence, and they relocated to Texas after their release. In 2005, the real estate market was hitting all-time highs. Agents say Onwuhara decided to target Home Equity Lines of Credit. However, unlike credit cards, HELOCS were much harder to steal.

But police say Onwuhara slowly found a solution, getting lists of homeowners in moderate-to-upscale communities across the country. From there, the FBI says he would research the homeowner’s credit reports, which told Onwuhara whether the homeowner had opened a HELOC account and how much money was in it. During the real estate boom it would not be uncommon for a homeowner to have more than $200,000 to $300,000 in home equity.

However, banks still had many safeguards in place to prevent fraud. Onwuhara was able to get around these safeguards by learning everything about his victims. He could easily get simple passwords, such as city of birth or mother’s maiden name, off the Internet. Agents say what was unique was how Onwuhara was able to manipulate phone services.

Onwuhara and his crew of co-conspirators would only use pre-paid phone and pre-paid wireless Internet cards, preventing authorities from tracking phones back to them. But they would also utilize spoofing services to call the banks. The spoofing service allowed Onwuhara to make the victim’s home phone number appear on the bank representative’s caller ID.

Authorities say Onwuhara made most of the phone calls to the banks, but if the caller needed to be female, his girlfriend Precious Matthews would make the call. Other co-conspirators would be tasked with researching new victims to pull off the scam.

Once they got access into the account, police say that’s when they'd transfer the money to the homeowner's checking account. This would not set off any alarms at the bank. Within a few hours, Onwuhara would then transfer the money to accounts in Asia, and then the money would go to a Hawala in Africa. Hawalas are money transferring systems that work on trust rather than regulations. Brokers, or hawaladars, would take a cut and then transfer the money into an African bank, eventually returning to a U.S. bank. Most of the money coming back to the United States came through a bank account belonging to Precious Matthews or one of the other co-conspirators.


The Perfect Scam Comes To An End

By the time the scam came to the attention of the FBI, Onwuhara and his crew had already taken nearly $20 million, and because the scammer had a foolproof system, they would take another $20 million before agents learned their identity.

But when the FBI gets involved, no system is foolproof. When agents learned the crew was using prepaid wireless connections, they contacted the providers, and one was able to give the FBI surveillance video of three individuals prepaying with cash.

The FBI got their next break in spring 2008 when they learned the crew was using a spoofing service. Those companies record all phone calls that are used via their service to prevent illegal activity. Now the FBI had 1,500 phone recordings to listen to, hoping to find one nugget of information leading them to the crew's identity.

While most of the calls were to bank, one call did eventually stick out. Someone in Onwuhara's crew pretended to be a doctor and called in a prescription to a pharmacy in the name of Tobechi Onwuhara. When the FBI ran his name, they realized Onwuhara had been arrested in 2002 for bank fraud.

The FBI compared his arrest photos to the surveillance video and felt it was a match, but they needed more information on his crew.

To find out about the co-conspirators, the FBI needed to find Onwuhara, and they realized he'd left Miami, stopped in New York for a bit and then flew to Nigeria.

FBI agents assigned to the case decided to stop Onwuhara and his travel companions as they returned from Nigeria. Onwuhara had changed his flight several times, giving the FBI reason to conduct a secondary security screening when they arrived through customs. They wanted Onwuhara to believe he was being questioned as a possible terrorist. Onwuhara fell for the trap and gave up information that would eventually link him to the crime.

In the summer 2008, the FBI felt they had enough evidence to take Onwuhara and his crew down. They knew Onwuhara was staying at a mansion near Miami. Although she was a college student, Precious Matthews was paying the $5,000 month mortgage on the house.

On Aug. 1, 2008, FBI agents and local police tailed Matthews and Onwuhara from the house to a Florida casino. As they approached the casino, authorities made their move and detained the crew – but Onwuhara wasn’t with them. While the other arrests were being made, the agents learned Matthews texted Onwuhara about the take down. It’s believed Onwuhara was in the casino at the time.

Agents say Onwuhara is well-traveled and may have hidden millions away in foreign banks. Because Onwuhara was an out-of-control spender, it is hard to tell where the money went. Officials say Onwuhara would spend $50,000 a night in strip clubs up to three times a week. He also stayed at five-star hotels and casinos whenever he traveled. They know Onwuhara was in the process of building a luxury home in Nigeria and had several expensive cars shipped there -- all paid in cash.

Onwuhara's co-conspirators have already been sentenced in this case:

Henry "Uche" Obilo, 30, Miami: Sentenced to 88 months in prison.
Abel Nnabue, 34, Dallas: Sentenced to 54 months on Jan. 30, 2009.
Onwuhara’s girlfriend, 27-year-old Precious Matthews: Sentenced to 51 months on Feb. 13, 2009.
Brandy Anderson, 31, of Dallas: Sentenced to two years of supervised probation and 40 days of community confinement on Feb. 20, 2009.
Ezenwa Onyedebelu, 21, Dallas: Sentenced to 37 months on Feb. 27, 2009.
Daniel Orjinta, 43, Nigeria: Sentenced to 42 months on March 6, 2009.
Paula Gipson, 34, Dallas, Sentenced to 15 months on Sept. 4, 2009.
The FBI is offering $25,000 to anyone with information leading to Onwuhara's arrest.

If you know where Tobechi Onwuhara is or anything about this case, call our Hotline right away at 1-800-CRIME-TV.  Remember, you can remain anonymous



Moron What have u achieved in ur miserable life? nothing! you are just there posting old news, i lived in spain there is nothing like what u have just posted, better appeal ur brothers and sisters in the north to stop spilling innocent bloods,hopeless nicompoop like you.

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- nigerianwarlord at 9-07-2012 05:45 AM (9 years ago)
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AISHA`S OBVIOUS ANGER AGAINST THE IGBO REPRESENTS THE GENERAL RESENTMENTS AND FRUSTRATIONS  AGAINST THE IGBO IN NIGERIA...TO SELECTIVELY TARGET ONE ETHNIC GROUP AND IMPUGN THEIR INTEGRITY APPEARS TO ME AS AN EXTENSION OF NORTHERN JIHAD AGAINST THE CHRISTIAN EAST.SADLY,THIS CAMPAIGN OF CALUMNY AND SEDITION WAS STARTED EVEN BEFORE THE INDEPENDENCE OF NIGERIA..AISHA SHOULD BE MORE CONCERNED ABOUT THE EXCRUCIATING POVERTY AND IGNORANCE THAT WRECK HAVOC IN THE NORTH..TODAY,THE HAUSA MOSLEMS ARE KILLING OFF THE BEROM PEOPLE AFTER THE ANTI IGBO ALLIANCE..THEY HAD DEALT WITH NIGER DELTA,ELIMINATING BORO AND SARO WIWA..THEY HAD DEALT WITH THE YORUBA TRUNCATING ABIOLA`S MANDATE AND KILLING HIM OFF...OUR STREETS HAVE BEEN INVADED BY DIRTY LOOKING BEGGARS FROM THE NORTH WHOSE LIVELIHOOD PRECARIOUSLY DEPEND OF THE GOODWILL OF MOSTLY IGBOS..AISHA IS NOT WORRIED THAT IMO STATE ALONE ACCOUNTS FOR MORE UNIVERSITY ADMISSION THAN THE WHOLE NORTH COMBINED,AISHA IS NOT PRICKED BY THE FACT THAT THE NORTH IS LAGGING BEHIND THE REST IN EVERY ECONOMIC INDICES...THE IGBOS HAVE PRODUCED,CHIOMA AJUNWA,KALU NWANKWO,OKOCHA,ACHEBE,EMEAGWALI,MIKEL OBI,ADICHIE..THE ONLY HAUSA WE HAVE HAD IN OUR FOOTBALL WAS KAITA, WHO TOOK HIS PRIMITIVE MINDSET TO SOUTH AFRICA..YOUR LEADERS WHO PLUNDERED THE RESOURCES OF THIS GREAT COUNTRY WILL NEVER TASTE PRESIDENTIAL POWER IN NIGERIA AGAIN,YOU SHOULD BE GRATEFUL TO THE IGBOS FOR EMPLOYING YOUR BROTHERS AS MAIGUARDS,MAI RUWA,NAIL CUTTERS,LOAD CARRIERS..THEY OWE THEIR DAILY SURVIVAL TO THE CHARITABLE MIND OF AN AVERAGE IGBO...
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- aishatua1 at 9-07-2012 05:56 AM (9 years ago)
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Spain arrests Nigerian scam artists 
 Published on July 6, 2012 by pmnews   ·   2 Comments
Spanish police said Friday they had smashed a Nigerian fraud ring which tricked some 500 people out of more than a million euros in a year by convincing them they had won a lottery jackpot.

In a case mirroring many others from recent years, police detained six people in Torrejon de Ardoz, near Madrid, and Malaga in southern Spain, on suspicion of working the fraud.

Police said the network fished for victims by mailing out letters, mainly to Italians, claiming the person had won a million euros but needed to advance 4,000 euros in administrative fees to claim the jackpot.

“In 2012 alone nearly 500 victims, mainly Italian citizens, handed over various sums of money,” the police said about the network, which they had been investigating since late 2011.

In total, more than 600 people took the bait and called the number on the letter. At the other end a man in Malaga would explain how to proceed with the bank or postal money transfers.

The alleged fraudsters collected the money at the post office with the help of forged passports bearing Internet photos of famous stars, including American songstress Alicia Keys.

The network then broke off all contact with the victim.

Police seized “800 Nigerian letters ready for posting, 700 envelopes, lists of possible victims” in their search, along with 100 photos destined for passport forgery.

At the time of the arrests in a building in Torrejon de Ardoz, some “tried to flee through the window after flushing a large quantity of drugs down the toilet,” the police said, adding the network also trafficked narcotics.

The fraud is only the latest of its kind to hit Spain and other countries in recent years.

In January 2012, Indian police arrested six Nigerian nationals on suspicion of defrauding hundreds through text message and spam email scams with similar lottery claims.

In March 2009, Spanish police arrested 23 people, most of them Nigerians, on suspicion of running an email and letter scam that duped residents in the United States and Europe into believing they were left an inheritance.

One year earlier Spanish police arrested 51 people suspected of running a lottery scam that netted around 40 million euros.



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- malvin2525 at 9-07-2012 06:17 AM (9 years ago)
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Baseless story
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- aishatua1 at 9-07-2012 06:26 AM (9 years ago)
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AISHA`S OBVIOUS ANGER AGAINST THE IGBO REPRESENTS THE GENERAL RESENTMENTS AND FRUSTRATIONS  AGAINST THE IGBO IN NIGERIA...TO SELECTIVELY TARGET ONE ETHNIC GROUP AND IMPUGN THEIR INTEGRITY APPEARS TO ME AS AN EXTENSION OF NORTHERN JIHAD AGAINST THE CHRISTIAN EAST.SADLY,THIS CAMPAIGN OF CALUMNY AND SEDITION WAS STARTED EVEN BEFORE THE INDEPENDENCE OF NIGERIA..AISHA SHOULD BE MORE CONCERNED ABOUT THE EXCRUCIATING POVERTY AND IGNORANCE THAT WRECK HAVOC IN THE NORTH..TODAY,THE HAUSA MOSLEMS ARE KILLING OFF THE BEROM PEOPLE AFTER THE ANTI IGBO ALLIANCE..THEY HAD DEALT WITH NIGER DELTA,ELIMINATING BORO AND SARO WIWA..THEY HAD DEALT WITH THE YORUBA TRUNCATING ABIOLA`S MANDATE AND KILLING HIM OFF...OUR STREETS HAVE BEEN INVADED BY DIRTY LOOKING BEGGARS FROM THE NORTH WHOSE LIVELIHOOD PRECARIOUSLY DEPEND OF THE GOODWILL OF MOSTLY IGBOS..AISHA IS NOT WORRIED THAT IMO STATE ALONE ACCOUNTS FOR MORE UNIVERSITY ADMISSION THAN THE WHOLE NORTH COMBINED,AISHA IS NOT PRICKED BY THE FACT THAT THE NORTH IS LAGGING BEHIND THE REST IN EVERY ECONOMIC INDICES...THE IGBOS HAVE PRODUCED,CHIOMA AJUNWA,KALU NWANKWO,OKOCHA,ACHEBE,EMEAGWALI,MIKEL OBI,ADICHIE..THE ONLY HAUSA WE HAVE HAD IN OUR FOOTBALL WAS KAITA, WHO TOOK HIS PRIMITIVE MINDSET TO SOUTH AFRICA..YOUR LEADERS WHO PLUNDERED THE RESOURCES OF THIS GREAT COUNTRY WILL NEVER TASTE PRESIDENTIAL POWER IN NIGERIA AGAIN,YOU SHOULD BE GRATEFUL TO THE IGBOS FOR EMPLOYING YOUR BROTHERS AS MAIGUARDS,MAI RUWA,NAIL CUTTERS,LOAD CARRIERS..THEY OWE THEIR DAILY SURVIVAL TO THE CHARITABLE MIND OF AN AVERAGE IGBO...
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- aishatua1 at 9-07-2012 06:44 AM (9 years ago)
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A member of Nigeria's House of Representatives has appeared in court, charged with conning a German businessman out of $350,000.
Morris Ibekwe was arrested on Wednesday by the anti-fraud commission in connection with a so-called "419" scam.

Nigerian conmen have become notorious for duping foreign businessmen into handing over large amounts of money, on the basis that they would receive millions of dollars later on.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/2950696.stm

ndi igbo kwenu..  Cool
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- Solidstonez at 9-07-2012 06:54 AM (9 years ago)
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 Lips Sealed Lips Sealed Lips Sealed Lips Sealed Lips Sealed

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- beneno at 9-07-2012 07:13 AM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: ZubairuAbana on  7-07-2012 07:07 PM
fcuking fraudsters, pls teach them a good lesson. Bad citizens of Nigeria kaway.
aboki na this one u like to comment put out of all the bombing wen them de post every day for this naijapals u pretend like say u no see them because na una de do am.fraud and bombing killing which one better pass?afterall fraudstars dosen,t take life.they dont force to take money from any body,all they do is just to trill and use sweetmouth take from people.only the greedy ones will fall a victim in the hands of fraudstars.afterall they send this money back to nigeria to develop the country while u people go ahead to bomb and destroy the development.
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- Weezyhenry at 9-07-2012 07:35 AM (9 years ago)
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Na una matta oh
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- judegiven at 9-07-2012 08:07 AM (9 years ago)
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i don't see anything wrong,cos it's only greedy person that got caught in their trap,cos if you are not greedy how will you be hoping to use a little money to get a huge sum of money without any work
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- Y-ON at 9-07-2012 08:17 AM (9 years ago)
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A Swedish friend of mine once said that Nigeria is not d only country in Africa that have bad leaders in-short he said Nigeria is the richest country in Africa but still yet, our people commits many atrocities why?, How many Somalians, Congos, Ivorian s, name all those waring countries in Africa, how many of them are into what the Nigeria people do?, In fact it is becoming unbecoming.
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- nsi4u at 9-07-2012 08:35 AM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: Ambassador4real on  8-07-2012 03:44 PM
Poster u are nothing but mother fcuker. Igbos are not into 419 biz here in Europe, but Yorubas and Binis,
U hate igbos too much but u can not stop them  from progressing

HAHAHAHA U DON MAKE LAUGH TIREDDOOOOO U SAY WETIN IN EUROPE ? SECURITY COMPANY WHERE ALL THE BRANCH DEY REPORT TO COME AND CARRY IN UK NOW IN CANADA WHO GETAM? (YERUBA _ TRANSFER) BENIN _ BENEFICIALY) (IGBO -COME AND CARRY) (HAUSA -LOCAL)
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- visioneer at 9-07-2012 08:46 AM (9 years ago)
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no hards feelings , people , there fraud in everytribes but the truth s they re given nigeria a bad name outside,
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- Dienedal at 9-07-2012 08:52 AM (9 years ago)
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Quote from: aishatua1 on  9-07-2012 04:52 AM
Eighteen months after her arraignment with two others for conspiring to swindle a Brazilian bank in the biggest ever Advance Fee Fraud offences, 37 year-old widow, Mrs Amaka Martina Anajemba was yesterday convicted after pleading guilty to the charges preferred against her by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). She will spend two years behind bar and forfeit all properties acquired through the fraudulent means.
 
Anajemba who in January last year pleaded not guilty alongside a former director of the Union Bank Plc, Chief Emmanuel Nwude and Chief Nzeribe Edeh Okoli for swindling the said bank to the tune of $242 million, yesterday made a detour and pleaded guilty to the four count charge against her. They were arraigned for stealing and conspiracy contrary to Sections 8(a) and 1 (b) of the Advance Fee Fraud and other Related Offences Act 13 of 1995 as amended by Act 62 of 1999



igbos admire criminals? whats the logic in defending this dirty igbo thief
Even if they are crimes they are intelligent crimes ... tell me anything intelligent that your generation in Hausa/Fulani land have contributed to Nigeria except Dumbness. Dumb ass fool...post news about Nigeria not concentrating on one ethnic group as if you are jealous of them.
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- presidentzaza at 9-07-2012 09:22 AM (9 years ago)
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Stop calling someone 'Aboki'. All those that did are LOW people of the society. The scammers should be punished according to the Law as they have defrauded people of their hard earned income. Shikena.
Posted: at 9-07-2012 09:22 AM (9 years ago) | Newbie
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