Meet Okwudili Umenyiora, The Lagos Big Boy That Owns The Lavish Lagos Mansion (Page 2)

6 years ago by: Daniel Bosai
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Jennybaby (f) at 10-10-2013 10:33PM
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Choi! Too much money!
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1daful (f) at 10-10-2013 10:33PM
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Not tripping, what's is his sources of income?

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arebanokojie (m) at 10-10-2013 11:01PM
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Which road e dey drive de car?
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Afrogotojail (m) at 10-10-2013 11:09PM
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Medicine for money. Ogwu ego special
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Solidstonez (f) at 10-10-2013 11:11PM
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Alright

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Solidstonez (f) at 10-10-2013 11:12PM
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Quote from: osarobo62 on 10-10-2013 05:44PM
is dat the house or  prison Huh? Huh?
Grin

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engrtope (m) at 10-10-2013 11:35PM
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no wahala
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Xplix101 (m) at 11-10-2013 12:55AM
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okwi! nwa ala
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Xplix101 (m) at 11-10-2013 01:04AM
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MR Okwudili Umenyiora is alleged to be a Fraudster having allegedly turned jailhouse informant snitch, gets released from federal prison on March 9th 2006. According to the Baldwin County, Alabama Corrections Center database, he gets re-arrested the same day and later released, but then the official trail goes cold, and the site lists him status as being that of a ‘Fugitive From Justice’. and on trial in Alabama for for running a big time check fraud operation, in which they used Nigeria’s name as part of the pitch for their scam.
Incidentally, that’s not his first brush with the long arm of the law, it seems he’s been a career criminal for over a decade as this mugshot from 2001 attests. Back then his offenses included ‘obstructing a police officer’ , ‘Giving a false name or information’ and ‘Driving while license is suspended’:


Okwudili Umenyiora's Mugshot From his 2001 Arrest
Surprise, surprise, cue a few years later, this same Okwudili Umenyiora begins popping up all over the society pages of Nigerian newspapers, magazines and blogs,  introducing himself as ‘Mr. Dilly’, Chairman of ‘Dilly Motors’, self-styled big time businessman and pillar of commerce.


A federal jury Monday convicted a Nigerian man of two counts of bank fraud for a scam authorities say involved more than a million dollars in altered corporate checks.
Oluyomi Oshinaike’s role in the multistate scheme, according to the charges, involved two checks totaling more than $227,000.
Senior U.S. District Judge Charles Butler Jr. scheduled Oshinaike’s sentencing for Feb. 15. Under advisory sentencing guidelines, he faces a prison term of at least 2½ years and as much as 3 years and a month.
Okwudili “Cowboy” Umenyiora, who already has pleaded guilty to bank fraud, testified that he convinced Oshinaike to recruit people who were willing to allow checks to be deposited into their bank accounts.

“His job was to go out and find the accounts,” he testified.

Umenyiora testified the account holders would be told a cover story similar to solicitations many people get via e-mail. The tale would be a variation of the theme that a person in Nigeria needed help getting money into the United States. Assistant U.S. Attorney E.T. Rolison said during his closing argument that it is a classic Nigeria scam.

“The reason you call it that is because they say, ‘My father is in Nigeria.’ They come up with that story,” he said.

Umenyiora testified that he would pay a postal worker at a mail-sorting center in Atlanta $500 each for corporate bank checks. He said he did not know the man’s name, but a man by the name of Andrew Bryant Gunn has pleaded guilty in federal court in Atlanta in connection with the plot and will be sentenced next month.

Umenyiora told jurors he would take the checks to a man named Guy Taylor, who would change the payee line. Umenyiora said he would then give the checks to partners who would in turn deposit them into bank accounts.

The bank account holder would be allowed to keep 15 percent of the value of the check, Umenyiora said. Taylor would get 10 percent and the postal worker was paid 10 percent to 15 percent, he testified.

Mobile resident Rosa Gullett testified that she agreed to allow Oshinaike, whom she knew as “Abdul,” to use her account. She said she met Oshinaike through her sister, who was dating him at the time. Her mother, Kim Williams, testified that she allowed him to use her account, too.

On cross-examination, defense attorney Linda Jensen attacked the witnesses’ credibility. All admitted that they have criminal records. All also received deals from prosecutors in exchange for their cooperation. For Williams and Gullett, adjudication was withheld for a year, after which the charges will be dropped if they stay out of trouble. Umenyiora and co-defendant Adrian Chike Okakpu, meanwhile, got prison terms half as long as the low end of advisory sentencing guidelines.


So NIGERIANS celebrates Criminals? Huh?
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Goldtime (m) at 11-10-2013 02:31AM
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Quote from: Xplix101 on 11-10-2013 01:04AM
MR Okwudili Umenyiora is alleged to be a Fraudster having allegedly turned jailhouse informant snitch, gets released from federal prison on March 9th 2006. According to the Baldwin County, Alabama Corrections Center database, he gets re-arrested the same day and later released, but then the official trail goes cold, and the site lists him status as being that of a ‘Fugitive From Justice’. and on trial in Alabama for for running a big time check fraud operation, in which they used Nigeria’s name as part of the pitch for their scam.
Incidentally, that’s not his first brush with the long arm of the law, it seems he’s been a career criminal for over a decade as this mugshot from 2001 attests. Back then his offenses included ‘obstructing a police officer’ , ‘Giving a false name or information’ and ‘Driving while license is suspended’:


Okwudili Umenyiora's Mugshot From his 2001 Arrest
Surprise, surprise, cue a few years later, this same Okwudili Umenyiora begins popping up all over the society pages of Nigerian newspapers, magazines and blogs,  introducing himself as ‘Mr. Dilly’, Chairman of ‘Dilly Motors’, self-styled big time businessman and pillar of commerce.


A federal jury Monday convicted a Nigerian man of two counts of bank fraud for a scam authorities say involved more than a million dollars in altered corporate checks.
Oluyomi Oshinaike’s role in the multistate scheme, according to the charges, involved two checks totaling more than $227,000.
Senior U.S. District Judge Charles Butler Jr. scheduled Oshinaike’s sentencing for Feb. 15. Under advisory sentencing guidelines, he faces a prison term of at least 2½ years and as much as 3 years and a month.
Okwudili “Cowboy” Umenyiora, who already has pleaded guilty to bank fraud, testified that he convinced Oshinaike to recruit people who were willing to allow checks to be deposited into their bank accounts.

“His job was to go out and find the accounts,” he testified.

Umenyiora testified the account holders would be told a cover story similar to solicitations many people get via e-mail. The tale would be a variation of the theme that a person in Nigeria needed help getting money into the United States. Assistant U.S. Attorney E.T. Rolison said during his closing argument that it is a classic Nigeria scam.

“The reason you call it that is because they say, ‘My father is in Nigeria.’ They come up with that story,” he said.

Umenyiora testified that he would pay a postal worker at a mail-sorting center in Atlanta $500 each for corporate bank checks. He said he did not know the man’s name, but a man by the name of Andrew Bryant Gunn has pleaded guilty in federal court in Atlanta in connection with the plot and will be sentenced next month.

Umenyiora told jurors he would take the checks to a man named Guy Taylor, who would change the payee line. Umenyiora said he would then give the checks to partners who would in turn deposit them into bank accounts.

The bank account holder would be allowed to keep 15 percent of the value of the check, Umenyiora said. Taylor would get 10 percent and the postal worker was paid 10 percent to 15 percent, he testified.

Mobile resident Rosa Gullett testified that she agreed to allow Oshinaike, whom she knew as “Abdul,” to use her account. She said she met Oshinaike through her sister, who was dating him at the time. Her mother, Kim Williams, testified that she allowed him to use her account, too.

On cross-examination, defense attorney Linda Jensen attacked the witnesses’ credibility. All admitted that they have criminal records. All also received deals from prosecutors in exchange for their cooperation. For Williams and Gullett, adjudication was withheld for a year, after which the charges will be dropped if they stay out of trouble. Umenyiora and co-defendant Adrian Chike Okakpu, meanwhile, got prison terms half as long as the low end of advisory sentencing guidelines.


So NIGERIANS celebrates Criminals? Huh?
Now you can celebrate your ill gotten wealth in your stink homeland where people celebrate armed robbers ,corrupt official,thieves and kidnappers.
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Xplix101 (m) at 11-10-2013 02:43AM
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Quote from: 1daful on 10-10-2013 10:33PM
Not tripping, what's is his sources of income?

Criminal, look at page 4
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Bosconice (m) at 11-10-2013 03:23AM
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Nwanne the guy fresh die..... na naso Onyibochukwu na dream oooh u dey ...
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Bosconice (m) at 11-10-2013 03:25AM
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This one na Arab Money, Women go die ni.. Nwanne nekwe Arab Moneii Igbo too muchii Onwelooo noting dey happenu..eeuuuu Ego ndi Nma
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papadip (m) at 11-10-2013 03:36AM
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Quote from: Goldtime on 11-10-2013 02:31AM
Now you can celebrate your ill gotten wealth in your stink homeland where people celebrate armed robbers ,corrupt official,thieves and kidnappers.
You made a good point....

We are not ready to solve our problems....
We adore criminals
it is a fact and it is reality......

What a big shame.....
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papadip (m) at 11-10-2013 03:40AM
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Quote from: Xplix101 on 11-10-2013 01:04AM
So NIGERIANS celebrates Criminals? Huh?

You've got a good gist and I read everything.....

My answer to your question is; I for one will adore a criminal.......
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papadip (m) at 11-10-2013 03:48AM
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Quote from: osarobo62 on 10-10-2013 05:44PM
is dat the house or  prison Huh? Huh?
No ...it is a half-way house.......... Huh?
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K-TRUTH (m) at 11-10-2013 05:41AM
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is he a Muslim and na which kind work he dey do?.
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Toks-E (m) at 11-10-2013 06:32AM
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#bossmen

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hylink (m) at 11-10-2013 06:40AM
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But you did not tell us what kind of business he is doing or one of the ministers are using him to hid the loot
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dormitila (f) at 11-10-2013 06:57AM
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i claim dis kind rich husband in jesus name Smiley Smiley Smiley Wink
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