Shocking! Read How 48 years Old Businessman Lost N3 Million To Swindlers In Lagos

3 years ago by: Giwa bayo
-- (m) at 3-08-2017 11:49AM

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A 48-year old businessman, Christian Nweke has lost a whopping sum of N3m to men suspected to be fraudsters popularly known as money doublers. The incident happened at Iba New Site in Ojo Local government where he met the suspects. One of the suspects, Tajudeen Ojo has been arrested and charged before a Lagos court for obtaining money under false pretence and fraud. It was gathered that the suspects approached Nweke and convinced him that they were capable of producing currencies through undisclosed chemicals with some pieces of papers. They reportedly took him to a place where they brought out some pieces of papers they cut to the size of naira notes. They reportedly brought out the supposed chemicals, poured some into the bucket they put some pieces of papers and washed them and they turned to naira notes.
According to reports, they gave it to Nweke to go and spend, which he did, became convinced and showed interest. It was then that they informed Nweke to bring the all the money he had and they will be multiplied with the chemicals and the papers. Nweke then went and brought N3m with the hope that he will get N9m or more as they promised.
However, it turned out to be a scam after he paid the money and they promised him to come on a particular date to carry the bag of money. Nweke reportedly went, they handed him the bag and he went home only to open the bag and discovered that they were ordinary pieces of paper.
He then realised that he had been duped, went to Area M Idimu Command and reported the scam. The police trailed the suspects and succeeded in arresting Ojo while other suspects were said to be at large. Ojo was charged before Ejigbo Magistrates court where he pleaded not guilty. The presiding Magistrate, Mr Akeen Fashola granted him bail in the sum of N250,000 with two sureties in like sum. Ojo was remanded in prison custody pending when he will perfect his bail condition.


 


-- tegonwa (m) at 3-08-2017 11:55AM
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Haha, Some Of Diz Yoruba Guys Don Turn To Money Doublers?Nawaa O!
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-- Starnixx (m) at 3-08-2017 12:09PM
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come double money for my side na
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-- christianity (m) at 3-08-2017 01:15PM
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The man is stupid and selfish. U want to double 3m to get 9m.even God himself will not tell u to invest that little to earn that much in that form.
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-- kudoson (f) at 3-08-2017 01:51PM
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GOVT SHOULD GET THIS MAN ARREST FOR BEEN A DUBIOUS ANIMAL , NONSENSE
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-- ruthie (f) at 3-08-2017 02:45PM
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TOO BAD
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-- gogoman Online (m) at 3-08-2017 04:02PM
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owo double double
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-- DJSNIPPER (m) at 3-08-2017 06:56PM
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dont blame the man ..those guys are with charms..it can happen to any body if u re not strong in prayer
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-- Dramaking (m) at 3-08-2017 09:59PM
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Smh... I hv experience this same fraud many yrs ago when i was comin bk from my Waec nite class in Lagos, bt i dont hv money nor phone bk then, they succeeded in collectin my walkman cd player, well, thank God hv been smarter eva since, scammers/fraudsters no dey see my back. Lol.
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-- merryufe (f) at 5-08-2017 06:56PM
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Too bad
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-- CHRISETTE (f) at 6-08-2017 08:19AM
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Are people still being fooled this way? Greedyman
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