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Sunday, 16 April 2017

End Time Prisoner

Ifeanyi Ezenwa, a Kuje Maximum Prison inmate, Abuja, who also heads a gang that specializes in defrauding their victims, through the use of fake bank alerts, has been accused of masterminding a multi-million Naira fraud from prison.

It was gathered that they normally do this on Fridays, knowing that banks don't operate on weekends. .

It is alleged that Ezenwa has 17 different fraud cases pending in different courts.

"When I received the alert, it had my previous balance in it and the total money was balanced. I wondered how he was able to get access into my account," a victim said.


According to the Punch's Police source, Ezenwa, committed the said crimes with a smart phone smuggled into the Prison, and also connected to the internet. It is alleged that he browses through online retail sites like OLX, JiJi and Jumia, where he connects with people who wants to sell their valuables especially cars, chatting with them via Whatsapp.

Investigations so far has revealed that he collected 15 tractors in Delta, 18 Land Cruiser Prado Jeeps, Hummer buses from Elizade motors, three exotic cars from a car stand in Abuja and 8 trucks from Edo.

Until IRT operatives recently smashed the syndicate, his wife didn’t know he was in prison. When police stormed his home in Abuja to impound stolen cars, the woman told them that there must have been a mistake somewhere.

She told the IRT men that her husband was in Italy and used to call her often with an international number. "He used to send money to his wife from prison; his sister and brothers knew he was in prison, but his wife didn’t," a police source said.
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He is alleged to have built several houses and a hotel, from the loot got from his fraudulent activities while in prison.

 

16 comments:

Olivia Silk said...

Italy ke?

😂😂😂😂😂.
His siblings knew but the way was living in lala land.

Wuckid people.


So now the NPF know all this about this man, what next?

Tuscany IG, TWITTER @onimisibespoke said...

Lol
Bad guy

CrazyHornyWife said...

At least he invested with d stolen loots,unlike some of our politicians,chop and spend on irrevalanties!!!!

I hope he rots in jail because the stolen loot are innocent and hardworking citizens money.

Justyswt said...

Choi, see scam master.

Olivia Silk said...

*lady

Krix said...

The guy is a 'mafian' na wah o, anyone can fall for this kain fraud.

Krix signing out via iPhone 7+

iyke david said...

He is already serving, now where is he going to be posted?

Sweet Child said...

People are wicked, i pity the wife

Miss Ess said...

This is the real baddoo

Chameleon said...

This one is worse than seun egbegbe O ooo. Where are all those people shouting yaraba people..... oya nah, shey dis one is also yaraba? Awon olori buruku somebody

Stella Igbokei said...

the prisoner must have be aided by an internal staff or how do one explain knowing the previous account balance

Omotejowho said...

The guy is smart...if na America dem go empoly am

Smith Anele said...

This guy is actually a fraudster.

Asa nwa said...

Lol!!! This guy get talent sha

Anonymous said...

Where are the tribal warriors , always preaching hate, shouting Yaraba people up and down .I never knew so much hate and tribalism existed till I started reading comments on this blog. There are good and evil in every tribe .STOP TRIBALISM. After all we will come out claiming Christianity, na wetin Jesus preach be that. Even Jesus had a "Judas" .

Chikito The Professional Fire for Fire said...

Thats why its good to call your bank and confirm balance or you log on to your oline banking profile and see current and available balance with your own eyes. Fake alerts can be sent via bulk sms using the banks name as the sender. With this BVN and ministry of information someone can have access to account holder's basic information by entering bank name and account number. Do the sum and alter available balance.

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