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Saturday, May 20, 2017

End Time Impersonators In HOT Soup!

A former policeman, Charles Abam, has been arrested for attempting to defraud the children of President Muhammadu Buhari.

According to The PUNCH, 36-year-old Abam had been jobless since 2003 when he lost his job as a policeman, before discovering that he could make a lot of money by defrauding influential Nigerians.

He allegedly got hold of the phone number of a prominent chieftain of the APC, whom he contacted by impersonating Mrs Daisy Danjuma, wife of Gen. T.Y. Danjuma.

The indigene of Ndukwa East, Delta State, said he quitted his police post in 2003 after being enticed by a chance to travel abroad.

Abam sent an SMS to the said APC chieftain, asking for the phone numbers of the President’s children.
The chieftain was said to have replied the SMS that she did not have the phone numbers of the President’s children but sent that of the elder brother of First Lady, Aisha, thinking she was communicating with Daisy Danjuma.

Abam again contacted the First Lady’s brother by SMS, asking for the phone numbers of the President’s children. He eventually got the phone numbers of the President’s children, whom he sent messages, again impersonating Danjuma, asking them to present 5 names for a phantom job with the NDLEA.

Members of the First Family played along and sent some names and phone numbers to the fraudster and his accomplice, Felix Machi. The suspect then asked them to pay a certain amount of money to a bank account, which would be payment for their kits during their training exercise. But no payment was made to the accounts.

Abam was eventually tracked down through the details of his bank account. The suspect, who also led operatives to arrest his accomplice, Machi, said he regrets his action. According to him, his fraudulent activities started in 2014.

He said: “Before I attempted to defraud the president’s children, I had defrauded many politicians by pretending to be a kidney disease patient.”


  1. Thief... Him too wan follow chop for national cake


  2. You were doing well with your small time scam and decided to go big time. Now look where it's landed you. Well sha don't blame the old women in your village becaise they had nothing to do with this. Dumbass scammers you just reaped what you sow and you just got served.

  3. This guy is a dumb fellow! You want to dupe the first family - your cup has filled up.

    1. Greed made him to leave his job same greed is sending to prison. Ole.

  4. 99 days for the thief....
    What baffles me is these people are indeed very intelligent, only if their intelligence is invested elsewhere

  5. Hahahaha. This is laughable.

    The look on their faces though. Make una temper justice with mercy biko. The person wey swear for them don die.

  6. #There's no reason to look back when you have so much to look forward to*

  7. So of all the people to scam, you chose the first family?

    Talk about being greedy, I hope you enjoy the drama you brought upon yourself.

  8. The first family themselves are scammers. Why will buhari's kids be choosing who gets a job at ndlea?


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