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InvictusObii Told To Pay Back $11M and Face 30 Years In Jail

The decision affirmed the investigation of the U.S. Department of Justice, conducted by the F.B.I, and now set the stage for the commencement of criminal trial. Besides the indictment, the jury also recommended that Mr. Okeke be made to forfeit at least $11 million in cash and asset or both if convicted. An emerald cut... Continue Reading →

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FBI Arrests 22 (Yoruba) Nigerians For Credit Card Scam In New Jersey, USA (See Their Names)

All 22 people have been charged with theft by deception, wrongful impersonation, and conspiracy charges according to Hope For Nigeria. More arrests are expected, said Hudson County Assistant Prosecutor Gene Rubino. Here are the 22 people that were arrested: 1) Oladayo Araromi, 2) Bolaji Ola, 30, 3) Olamide Otti, 27, 4) Akintunde Adeyemi, 28, 5)... Continue Reading →

FBI Nabbed Invictus Obi At The Airport As He Was Trying To Escape From The US

Obinwanne Okeke, Invictus Group CEO, better known as Invictus Obi, was arrested at the Dulles International Airport while leaving the United States, TheCable reports. According to information obtained from the US federal court in Virginia, Okeke was scheduled to return to Nigeria four days after a complaint was filed against him at the court, and... Continue Reading →

“Yahoo Boy” Lost His Wife To a Victim Of His Online Scam In Ibadan

The hunter becomes hunted in this gripping tale of how an online fraudster (Yahoo Boy) lost his wife to an Australian target (maga). According to a social media user simply identified as Omotunde (@funkemyfun) who shared the story on Twitter, the Ibadan-based man – using his wife and mother of two for bait – was... Continue Reading →

N3b ‘fraud’: EFCC quizzes Head of Service Oyo-Ita

Mrs. Winifred Ekanem Oyo-Ita, Head of the Civil Service of the Federation, was on Wednesday interrogated by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) over alleged N3billion contract scam and for alleged abuse of duty tour allowance, money laundering and stealing of government funds. According to the Nation after a four-day grilling during which she... Continue Reading →

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