Pictures Of Six Nigerians Declared Wanted By FBI

Date: 23-07-2021 5:20 pm (2 months ago) | Author: CLARA JANCITA
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Six Nigerians have been declared wanted by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation.
 
The six are wanted for engaging in cyber crimes, totaling $6 million.
 
The suspects are alleged to have swindled victims from over 70 U.S. businesses.


 
The wanted Nigerians are Michael Olorunyomi, Richard Izuchukwu Uzuh, Alex Afolabi Ogunsakin, Felix Osilama Okpoh, Abiola Ayorinde Kayode and Nnamdi Orson Benson.
 
The FBI accuses the six of executing a business email compromise scheme that defrauded over 70 different businesses in the U.S., resulting in combines losses of over $6 million.
 
Uzuh, who appears to be the leader of the gang, was indicted on 18 October 2016, in the US district court of Nebraska, Omaha, on charges of wire fraud, conspiracy to commit wire fraud.On 19 October, a Federal warrant was issued for his arrest.He has been in hiding ever since, somewhere in Nigeria.According to the FBI poster declaring Uzuh wanted, he and his co-conspirators sent spoofed emails to thousands of U.S. businesses, requesting fraudulent wire transfers.Uzuh allegedly worked with money launderers, romance scammers and others involved in BEC schemes to launder the proceeds of other crimes through a complex network of witting and unwitting people in the U.S. and abroad.
 
Okpoh who was indicted three years later was accused of providing hundreds of bank accounts to Uzuh and other co-conspirators.
 
The accounts were used to receive fraudulent wire transfers running into $1million.Okpoh was indicted 21 August with a warrant of arrest issued on 22 August.
 
Afolabi Ogunshakin, who was also declared wanted was similarly accused of providing bank accounts to Uzuh and gang, to receive the fraudulent wire transfer.According to the FBI, Ogunshakin caught the bug of fraud, by staging his own BEC, after being an apprentice to Uzuh and other.Like Okpoh, he was inndicted on 21 August and a warrant issued for his arrest on 22 August.
 
Abiola Ayorinde Kayode, also on the FBI list was accused of providing bank accounts to Uzuh. He was also alleged to have conducted BEC and romance scams of his own.He was indicted same day with Ogunshakin and Okpoh.
 
Nnamdi Orson Benson, the 5th member of the gang was also accused of making available bank accounts to the gang. He also staged his own scams too.
 
Michael Olorunyomi was not just a member of the six-man gang, he targeted vulnerable elders and widows in his scams.
He defrauded his victims of more than $1million.He also aided the Uzuh group in providing bank accounts of his victims to be used for fraudulent wire transfers from other victims.He was the last to be indicted on 13 November 2019 for conspiracy to commit wire fraud, identity theft and access device fraud.His warrant of arrest was issued on 14 November.
 
All the wanted Nigerians are believed to be resident in Nigeria.
 
The FBI has urged whistleblowers to contact their Omaha, Nebraska field office, any local FBI office or the American embassy.believes the six are hiding in Niigeria.


Posted: at 23-07-2021 05:20 PM (2 months ago) | Hero
- kacylee at 23-07-2021 07:26 PM (2 months ago)
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alas Obi Cubana no dey there

Posted: at 23-07-2021 07:26 PM (2 months ago) | Addicted Hero
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- ficull at 23-07-2021 08:43 PM (2 months ago)
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While I don’t condone the scamming, but oyinbo people scam pass. Infact, America was stolen and scammed from natives.
Posted: at 23-07-2021 08:43 PM (2 months ago) | Gistmaniac
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- gogoman at 23-07-2021 10:16 PM (2 months ago)
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 Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
Posted: at 23-07-2021 10:16 PM (2 months ago) | Addicted Hero
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- ikpotokin at 24-07-2021 04:13 AM (2 months ago)
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These guys are thieves
Posted: at 24-07-2021 04:13 AM (2 months ago) | Gistmaniac
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- mgiwa6 at 24-07-2021 04:08 PM (2 months ago)
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When you are wanted by the FBI, there is no place to hide.
Posted: at 24-07-2021 04:08 PM (2 months ago) | Upcoming
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