Stella Dimoko Shocking - About 80 Nigerians Charged For Massive Fraud And Money Laundering In The US


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Friday, August 23, 2019

Shocking - About 80 Nigerians Charged For Massive Fraud And Money Laundering In The US

The United States Department of Justice released a statement announcing that 80 defendants, most of whom are Nigerians have been charged with conspiracy to commit fraud, conspiracy to launder money, and aggravated identity theft. A number of the defendants, the statement said, are also facing substantive fraud and money laundering charges.

Read details below.


A 252-count federal grand jury indictment unsealed today charges 80 defendants, most of whom are Nigerian nationals, with participating in a massive conspiracy to steal millions of dollars through a variety of fraud schemes and launder the funds through a Los Angeles-based money laundering network.

The indictment was unsealed after law enforcement authorities this morning arrested 14 defendants across the United States, with 11 of those arrests taking place in the Los Angeles region. Two defendants were already in federal custody on other charges, and one was arrested earlier this week. The remaining defendants are believed to be abroad, with most them located in Nigeria.

The indictment alleges that the 80 defendants and others used various online fraud schemes – including business email compromise (BEC) frauds, romance scams, and schemes targeting the elderly – to defraud victims out of millions of dollars.

According to a criminal complaint also unsealed today, co-conspirators based in Nigeria, the United States and other countries contacted the lead defendants in the indictment – Valentine Iro, 31, of Carson, and Chukwudi Christogunus Igbokwe, 38, of Gardena, both Nigerian citizens – for bank and money-service accounts that could receive funds fraudulently obtained from victims. Once members of the conspiracy convinced victims to send money under false pretenses, Iro and Igbokwe coordinated the receipt of funds and oversaw an extensive money-laundering network, according to the 145-page indictment.

The indictment and criminal complaint allege that Iro and Igbokwe, who were among those arrested this morning, were involved in schemes resulting in the fraudulent transfer of at least $6 million in fraudulently-obtained funds – and the overall conspiracy was responsible for the attempted theft of at least an additional $40 million.

The suspected fraudsters targeted victims in the United States and across the globe, including individuals, small and large businesses, and law firms. Some of the victims of the conspiracy lost hundreds of thousands of dollars to fraud schemes, and many were elderly.

Messrs Iro and Igbokwe essentially were brokers of fraudulent bank accounts. According to the indictment, Iro and Igbokwe collected bank accounts, fielded requests for bank account information, provided that information to co-conspirators around the world, and laundered the money obtained from victims – all of this in exchange for a cut of the money stolen from victims of the various fraud schemes.

If a bank account with a specific business name was required to trick a business-victim into making a payment, Iro and Igbokwe often coordinated with “money mules” to open accounts that could receive funds obtained, according to court documents. In addition to making the fake business name mirror the name of a legitimate company, members of the conspiracy routinely filed fictitious business name statements with the Los Angeles County Registrar/Recorder’s Office that were presented to banks when the fraudulent accounts were opened.

Once a victim deposited funds into a bank account or a money services account, Messrs Iro and Igbokwe allegedly coordinated with others to further launder the funds. Members of the conspiracy sometimes wired funds to other bank accounts under their control; in other cases, they simply withdrew funds as cash or negotiable instruments such as cashier’s checks.

When stolen funds were withdrawn as cash, the defendants frequently used illicit money exchangers to move funds overseas, generally avoiding transferring the funds directly through banking institutions, the indictment alleges. To do this, Iro and Igbokwe coordinated the transfer of a victim’s funds from a fraudulent bank account they controlled to U.S. bank accounts belonging to illicit money exchangers.

Those money exchangers, in turn, used a Nigerian banking application to transfer other funds in naira (₦), the currency of Nigeria, from Nigerian bank accounts they controlled to the Nigerian bank accounts specified by Messrs Iro and Igbokwe. This method was used to transfer millions of dollars to Nigerian co-conspirators without directly transferring funds overseas. The indictment alleges that Jerry Ikogho, 50, of Carson (who was taken into custody on Sunday), and Adegoke Moses Ogungbe, 34, of Fontana, were among those who served as illicit money exchangers for the conspiracy.

Each of the 80 defendants named in the indictment is charged with conspiracy to commit fraud, conspiracy to launder money, and aggravated identity theft. A number of the defendants also face substantive fraud and money laundering charges.

Additionally, Messrs Iro, Igbokwe, Ikogho, Ogungbe and three other defendants –Izuchukwu Kingsley Umejesi, 30, of Los Angeles, Tityaye Marina Mansbangura, 33, of Palmdale, and Obi Madekwe, 31, of Nigeria – are charged with operating illegal money transmitting businesses. Ogungbe and Mansbangura were also among those arrested this morning, and Umejesi is a fugitive currently being sought by authorities.

Messrs Iro, Igbokwe and Chuks Eroha, 39, face additional charges for attempting to destroy their phones when the FBI executed a search warrant in July 2017.

Mr Iro also is charged with lying to the FBI in an interview conducted during the search. The complaint alleges that, when the FBI arrived to conduct the court-authorized search at Mr Iro’s apartment in Carson, Mr Iro broke his phone in half, while Messrs Igbokwe and Eroha threw phones from a bedroom window of the apartment.

While Mr Iro claimed he previously had broken the phone during an argument with his wife, the complaint details how the FBI was able to determine that the phone was operational until seconds after the FBI knocked on Mr Iro’s apartment door to execute the search warrant. Mr Eroha is believed to have fled to Nigeria shortly after the FBI executed the warrant.

The charges contained in the criminal complaint and indictment are merely accusations, and the defendants are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in court, the U.S. Department of Justice said in a statatement.

This investigation is being led by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Culled from premiumtimes
Source: U.S. Department of Justice 


  1. Not surprise anymore with news like this. It has always being like this in the Nigerian system, the reason Nigerians boldly take to crimes any where they found themselves.


    2. Teejay don't make such false statements! Yahoo only started in Nigeria about 20+ years ago! Not all Nigerians take to crime anywhere they find themselves!!! You must be a big fool for this statement!!!

    3. 13:05, I didn't say all Nigerians but the ones who do. If you understand it that way, then I am sorry I can't help your sense of comprehension. Never would I have generalize it.

    4. "Nigerians boldly take to crimes any where they found themselves."
      You need to apologize to honest hard working Nigerians who are making it without soiling their hands or indulging in crimes for this badly spoken words of yours. There are still honest Nigerians and even though it may seem as if we are now another name for cyber crimes, oyibo still scam themselves like mad.

    5. This TJ is a big goat🐂. Few days ago,she (coz u are not a he)was shouting defending Igbos for the comments made by some bvs, now he is here spilling trash.
      You are under every comments tearing bra and pant. I just tire for u. Learn from Isaac, Martins and some better men on this blog how to talk sensibly.

    6. In North America it has become hard to do many things online because of Nigerian scammers, who actually live here. I thought poverty was the reason the scammers in Nigeria gave for engaging in scam?!? Dear fellow Nigerians, the doors of Canada will be shut against you in November, once Trudeau is gone. Not only Canada but other countries including African countries will keep you out. Keep hiding, supporting and turning a blind eye to the scams your brothers, sons, cousins, neighbours, boyfriends, husbands and colleagues are doing...

    7. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

    8. How can you say it has always been like this in the Nigerian system? Sometimes, you talk abi write like someone who's on drugs. If yahoo has always been there, why will we be shouting instead of seeing it as normal? Teejay, may God help you think before you type.

    9. Anon 14:18, you are very stupid to dictate to me when to comment. Is my name Martins or Isaac? You are an IDIOT.

      Ralu M, apologies to the genuine Nigerians if my comment above depicts generalization to all.

    10. Anon 15:33, did fraud in Nigeria or from Nigeria start today? Fraud is as old as Nigeria itself. Get that to your skull.

    11. teeji you sound very unintelligent

  2. obi is indeed a boy ! i think he gave FBI the thread or they took time on him to also fetch the cartels out! God help them

    1. Mu nwa kwulu ya!23 August 2019 at 12:14

      God kwa?

      Mba nu!

      Leave God out of this!

      Obi jisike!

      Ya kpotuba!

  3. Abroadians are all making it
    Girls are preparing to wed abroad husbands by December
    Nigerian pastors keep prophesying to them that they will go abroad to make dollars.
    Greed is elevated to the position of Lord of their souls.
    This is the results. The report card has been shared and Nigerians have come first again in fraud.

    1. 😭😂😭😭😭😂😂I neanea choked on my tea

  4. I know one of the guys named amongst the 80 fraudsters. His wife is even a medical doctor o. She’s my friend on Facebook. I went checking for their handles this morning after I saw the news and fiam! She don vamoose from Facebook. That woman worships her husband die!

    1. Na una. Evil friends. Abroko don land.

    2. You’re an idiot 15:07!
      Or are you one of the wives? Ndi fraudsters wives. Awon my husband is s my oxygen. Very good for you!

  5. Stella, the news hot for here yesterday 😂
    Funny thing is, btwn my sis and I we know like 5 of those people. Most are PH guys and both my in laws are PH ppl somehow. Hmmm..... Make I no too talk but a lot of wives and mothers have been disappointed since this revelation. About 31 mames or so were released and over $1.4bn was stolen btwn them all.

    When CHIKITO doesn't admire anyones wealth they say I am proud for nothing. But, I'd rather be proud in my legitimate N2 than envy thieves. Right from time, I'm not one to respect ppl solely because of money they have in the bank, unlike many Nigerians. Cos I dont know what they do for money and I dont know if I can do what they do.

    What is our GDP? So where does all this excess money come from that people cant explain? Money that cant employ people is that one money? Money that cant affect an economy positively is that one money? If course, the hushpuppies of this world posting money for the gram and not putting it to work have a lot of skeletons in their cupboard. But trust Nigerians to be doing follow-follow, because of our intense poverty mindset that makes us see flashy people as demi-gods. God forbid! Some of these boys learnt it from their fathers who are seasoned 419. A guy was toasting me recently and when I did background check my dad told me his dad was a well-known 419er in the 70s and 80s. Do apples fall far from the parent tree? Alot of church accounts are used to do fraud. Alot of side chicks are part of this deal and will be using makeup and fashion to say they ar hustling. Thats why you see people with so much money that dont have business-sense around.

    From Obinwanne to this.... #isokay 👌🏽

    1. Mu nwa kwulu ya!23 August 2019 at 14:48

      Anonymous 14:26 A ga enwudo gi bfore 2019 runs out!

    2. Kudos on this one, Chikito. Sensible talk.

    3. I wonder what ‘bad belly’ has got to do with this comment.
      Let them keep catching these 419ners, maybe then some Nigerians won’t take to crime with reckless abandon.
      Get rich or die trying; problem is they won’t die, but will spend long years reliving every wrong step they have made that led them here, and wishing they did otherwise.
      Good for them.

    4. @14:26 Hushpuppy you should hush like the shameless puppy you are. You think we dont notice how anytime there is a comment about you on this blog, an 'anonymous' files out to start shading people? Let me tell you, 419 and fraud didnt start today. Go and ask about ppl like Fred Ajudua. But that money no dey ever pass one generation. So enjoy it now cos your children will pay for the sins you are committing.

  6. Stella!Invictus Obi is singing like canary!! he is doing it for reduced jail time!! wrong time to be known as a Nigerian!lazy greedy idiots!! spoiling things for hardworking Nigerians in diaspora.

    1. Please he should increase his volume and hit all the high notes.

  7. This is America!. 99% of the time, they will always, always and always catch you. In short them go catch you like fowl. These guys will seat infront of their computers feeling so smart and getting high from their delusions. Forgeting that those who created the system are equally smart, by them leaving some cracks to break in firewalls and hack. The Russians do theirs in their country, America fit go catch them? Putin will not even accept that extradition stuff. But our pipo, when they hit, they will grind the pepper living lavishly flaunting it in front of these Yankees. Common now. When they pick you, the judge, the jury, the state prosecutor will not hv mercy in sentencing. You came into their country few years ago, and u are living like Bill Gates; while they are probably still paying school fees loan that they incurred going thru college & law school.

    The FBI can crawl for years gathering
    evidence. They can even be your
    neighbor or colleague at work.

    Will these boys hear word? Mbanu. As the raid is going on, some in other states are still doing same. Them full Yankee & Canada.

    When unku Dona, says "go back where u came from" we begin dey vex.

    Chai, after Invictus Obi back to back, same nationality. Not good at all.

    That one na even west coast. When them go launch the probe for east coast, you all will be shocked to bone, the names.

    See as shame dey do me. Kai. More Visa restrictions.

    1. This is the worst time to even apply for Visa!!

      May God deliver us from greed.... My Igbo brothers, it is well ooooh!!

  8. Mu nwa kwulu ya!23 August 2019 at 12:11


    I don't care whose Ox is gored but i will say this as it is!

    Ndi Igbo...Igbo young men have actively lost almost an entire generation of young men to advanced fee fraud!


    Whenever this kind on news makes it to the media the first thing i do is make a beeline for the names....


    Na my people oooooo ...Ndi Igbo

    Especially the home grown ones that think in the "anyi ga emake ya na malysia" sort of way!

    Uchu gbakwa unu!

    Your greed and Oke ochicho is beginning to tell on us all in a lot of ways.

    Granted...there are Igbo professionals spread around the globe plus Igbo legit business men doing quite well but the earlier the Igbo society learns to lay emphasis on honest means of making money and parents teach their kids contentment the better for us all!

    Are we CURSED? A bu dilu anyi onu?

    Every advance fee fraud case must have people of Igbo extraction connected to it!

    Head to Ghana dem dey there dey operate from Ghana

    The Nigerian-Candian 419 case some weeks ago was an Igbo Lady

    OBINWANNE OKEKE of INVICTUS Group perceived to be a season professional --- One of us

    Ndi banyi o gini du? Some kids come home with cash they cannot justify and they are not questioned by their folks and extended families!

    Instead they hand them chieftancy titles....Our Legit business men have difficulties in getting Visas to certain countries now ....because of your GREEEEEED!


    Los Angeles fraud..Na dem

    California Fraud .....Na dem

    Malysia Drugs.....Na dem

    Every where you go na dem full ground


    Biko nu..Channel your negative intelligence to something good !

    Christmas don dey reach...these idiots ...these criminals will line up cars and come an ask for the hands of young girls in marriage...they come with flashy cars ..questions are not asked as to the source of their wealth...Nke a anyi ma bu'godi EGO EGO EGO

    I pray the law comes for you ALL and heavily too! By the time all our young men are locked up in foreign prisons and we have old men left in our villages maybe just maybe we would learn!

    Ukpana okpoko gbulu nti chi'lu ya!


    1. God Bless You !!!

      Thank you for not being sentimental....

      Watch them crawl out and begin to somehow stupid solidarity!!

      I went through the names on IG and i was so disappointed!! We are just too greedy, very greedy!!

    2. Eziokwu!.. Ó ngi nwa kwulu ya and I ma ife ikwulu!
      Okwu gi kwú ótó ka cigar!
      Ike gwúlú nwanne, if I say otherwise Mara na asi ka'm na asi..
      Ónwa december erubego nu, ka ha bia kukasia obodo, bóchasia ego na mme mme, a na etu fa afa!..
      Anya efogu nu ha!
      These are people's husbands, fiancés,sons, fathers, boyfriends mehn.. Goodness gracious Lord!
      The thing wey dey pain me pass be say, they keep on making it harder for people who actually want/need to travel for legit reasons to get their visas.
      Ógini budi ifea?
      Idi sure na agaghi ebido specifically E deny ndi igbo visa America bikonu... Or even E revoke ndi enyegolu enye.
      Nna, Ike gwuru o!

    3. I'm Igbo and I wasn't surprised when I looked at the list early this morning on Instagram and saw only Igbo names. I'd have been shocked if I didn't see any Igbo name. Some of them even used 'Jesus' as part of their pseudonym. When we're telling some of them these things (don't be a blaaaaady fraud), they say we're ju-girls preaching and forming holiness. When some of us turn down Igbo men only to run 990 as if our village masquerade is after us to marry outside, they don't understand it is this kind of disgrace we're desperate to avoid. You'll tell me what I'm supposed to do with mansion that I don't know or like how or where you got the money to build it.

      Some women want Insta-glam wedding at all cost. Tomorrow, they will lie that they didn't know. I laugh in Invictus.

      How can someone's husband's or father's name be dragged in the mud for being a thief, bikonu? Is it not better for world people that have mouth to talk, to say that someone is not rich or fine or even a university graduate - than for them to say you're a thief? Wealth will always be relative, beauty is in the eyes of the beholder and people do online or offline university at any age if they're interested. The stain of "this one comes from a family of thieves" after only one person stole, cannot be washed away even with time.

    4. "Eziafakaego"mana ha achoghi Inu.!!!

    5. Thanks y'all for saying it as it is. May this one teach others the lesson they're obviously in dire need of.

    6. Ihere ekwero ka mhu uzo.
      Agbacha egwu, ona n’ukwu. Mgbe anyi g’ama ihe anyi mere onweanyi, bu mgbe obodo niile ga ahapu ndi Nigeria n’abughi ndi Igbo, chuba so so ndi Igbo.

    7. Mu nwa kwulu ya!23 August 2019 at 17:48

      Mystic ndi a echueeee madu afa big time!

      The last sentence you made up there...oge elube go....nwa obele oge osetiaaaa!

  9. Some people's husbands and boyfriends won't be coming home for Christmas cause they will be spending it in prison

  10. Shock where, not me. Saw it coming. They will not listen. Very intelligent fellows, but they are on the fast lane. Going to school , go legit is too painful for them. Let them serve the time, meanwhile some crazy mofo will use their nyansh in the jail to relieve himself. That's Yankee jail for you. By the time they are dropped off at MM Airport i.e after serving time, their nyansh go don burst.

    1. Anonymous 23,you are wicked shaaa. since they no wan work to make genuine wealth,let them go and service konji people

  11. Chaiiiii, I hide my face in embarrassment. This morning here in Yankee, their face is splattered on all the TV channels + the raid, how they picked some of them. Written boldly, NIGERIAN SCAMMERS. It is an awkward moment at work with colleagues. Some oyibos will just be giving you side eyes. Some will be like, high Ike, where you from again? Oh Nigeria. Are those your brothers the FBI picked up?
    How you want answer?

    1. Mu nwa kwulu ya!23 August 2019 at 14:44

      Biko Nwannem you are not Nigerian

      I bu nwa afo Africa!!! hhaahhahaaaahaa

      Where you from again bu gini?(lol) A bum onye Botswana! Inu kwa rubbish

      So sorry Ike!

      This is the crap we have to put up with on a daily.

      Ndo Nna!

    2. Just imagine!!!


    3. You read my mind. Me? I am from Africa. Then when you press further, if I like you, I answer Ghana. But if I don’t like you, I say kalakuta republic. It’s an island in Africa.

    4. Don’t mind them. When they catch them they will say they are from Nigeria. They won’t say they are from Biafra. After they will be disturbing us saying Zoo country.

    5. Lol @ 15.28

  12. Obi Invictus is singing and they should please increase the volume! Lock them all away! Throw away the keys!
    Go to the eastern states and see how umu igbo has decided to stupidly and proudly turned to yahoo. Smart and Intelligent guys who could have channeled their talents into something clean but mba they must build mansion before they turn 25, own auto cars shops, build massive shopping malls ndi uchu.
    They think they are doing the government? They think they are doing Nigeria as an entity? They are doing themselves and us who didn't partake nor support them! Nobody wants to do business with us anymore! The international community avoids us like lepers! Some governments have blacklisted anything ending with ".ng" it's becoming increasingly difficult to get international business connections and interests because they will judge you first before you even start your pitch or inquires and the over cautious way they deal with you is heartbreaking.
    It will never be well with anyone supporting or glorifying Yahoo! You partake in it? It will be a curse upon you and whatever you do with the proceeds.
    You will see small boys that no one needs to tell you that it's yahoo they are into driving range and having helicopters on speed dial to go clubbing in Lagos or Abuja.
    Umu Igbo help yourselves in the name of God! Vanity upon vanity!
    Until you travel out and witness how these things have changed the perception of how we are regarded, you will never understand, best believe that visa requirements will be reviewed for us.
    I'm beyond pissed and I'm not proud of this country and her incessant blunders by both the leaders and citizens.

    1. How can Obi Invictus be responsible for all these arrests? What is he, their king? Y'all look at the dates, oh. I'm seeing 2017 up there. FBI is not Nigerian Police that just goes to carry someone because another person blabbed. For FBI to be involved isn't moi-moi; investigations take time (read as months or years) to conclude. A one-hour television drama isn't real life. The way they were fanning flames under Invictus since is how they did with these others. While it's possible that Obinwanne knows a couple of these people who were just busted, it's not possible that he snitched on all of them. Hunku is a stupid, insecure thief. He wasn't running a cartel.

    2. Forget about 'they are doing themselves'. What they are doing is affecting Nigeria and all of us big time. Our image abroad is in tatters. It's very embarrassing. Our government needs to sit up and tackle this problem or the repercussions that will arise in future will not be favorable to us, in business,commerce, education, travel, health etc. This has far reaching consequences.

  13. When the likes of Toke call people who work hard for their monies and won't spend it on frivolity stingy, why won't the men go into crime.

    1. Abeg, leave Toke alone. She put gun for their head?

    2. Abeg swerve! There are legitimate business men who aren't stingy. You stingy men should take several seats and stop looking for excuses to be irritating. That's how one came and was foaming his mouth under my comment the other day as if I was referring to him. Nonsense and ingredient!

  14. This is what i have been saying in Nigeria Government alone is not out major problem our attitudes,thinking and behaviors are our greatest problems in Nigeria.But no people always want to blame government as a quick escape route even when people are lazy they will blame government.We everyone has to really revolutionize them self first from greed,laziness,selfishness,no work but miracle mentality,hate,envy the list goes on.How Nigeria is today with the people and structures bring the best president in the world it will be the same.The easiest thing to do in this life is criticize.

    1. @1 sip, the government fostered and foisted this greed mentality on Nigerian youths through years of corrupt enrichment, bribery, embezzlement and blatantly glamourized their ill-gotten wealth without repercussions. The executive and legislative are in cahoots with the judiciary in their pockets. If you prove too upright and stubborn, you or your family would be in jeopardy (e.g.Dele Giwa, Bola Ige).

      What is the national orientation? Get rich quick.
      How is the educational system? In shambles.
      Where are the employment and job creation? Non-existent.
      What of the big manufacturing companies of yesterday? Shut down and migrated to Ghana and SA
      Where are the infrastructures? Gone with colonial era.
      What of healthcare delivery? In the graves.
      What of civil service? Filled with unarchived dinosaurs (aged)
      THE 55-65s are in civil service LOOTING while the 20s -30s are on the streets ROAMING.

      Don't forget these government leaders, public office holders and civil servants are parents who laid bad examples for their children and other Nigerian children.

      *NOW, NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT WILL KNOW THAT ONE BAD APPLE SPOILS THE WHOLE BUNCH!" Looting leaders and fraudulent citizens is now the identify of ALL NIGERIANS including the innocent ones. TERRIBLE IMAGE, HARD TO CLEAN UP!
      The innocent ones , don't be passive. STAND UP, SPEAK UP!

      Bad leadership set it off!
      No transparency, no accountability, no responsibility.
      The rich with their ill-gotten wealth are above the law. Sorry oo! Not in America , only in Nigeria.

      As for Ndi Igbo, some of their young men started this foray into fraud in the '90s and went to epidemic proportions in the millennium.
      I think in the 80s, it used to be drugs for the ones now in their 50s and 60s. Fraud "by letter writing" and "nought-nine-nought" (090) came on it heels in the 90s. Bang!At the dawn of the millennium, the internet became accessible to most Nigerians and lousy youths became "self-employed overnight CEOs" without worthwhile products. Next "big tech discovery" is kidnapping - wholesale, distrbutor and retail according to cadre and level of sophistication.
      Their counterparts in the Southwest engage in Yahoo Plus and Credit Card Fraud.
      Now even the Northerner boys have joined the chorus through terrorism, banditry and kidnapping.


  15. Why shd it surprise anyone? Isn't this what we've been louding all along when we condemn the constant glorification of lucre in music videos in particular and the entertainment industry in general? Misguided youth, who blv everything they see in the media and want the money overnight, by fire, by force. All of them are looking at the likes of Davido and Whizkid, like say, 'na only dem follow come?' Well, now u know.

  16. I just read now that a tech company today closed down its operations in Nigeria on account of fraud and distrust. It even recommended that foreign investors who need local partners should deal instead with Indian companies.
    Can I go on secondment to citizenship of another country? This is just a bad time to be a Nigerian!

    1. That tech company was actually scamming Nigerians, taking their ideas to build their platform for free, you should have taken your time to read the responses of the few Nigerians who have had the misfortune of working with the scam coy.

  17. Biko wheris my brova hussdoggy. Better come relax naija for the time being

  18. Màamí Eats Pap , Spiced Pap and Original Honey 0903028875823 August 2019 at 22:14

    If they can organise crime network this tight and successful, why can't they organise a legit business that seamless and successful?,,?
    They won't ask if you are Yoruba Nigerian, Hausa Nigerian, Calabar Nigerian, we are all affected so don't go the tribalism route.

  19. And yet you Nigerian mf have the nerve to look down on other Africans. Yall were born thieves. It's your blood. Cursed people

    1. deal with your inferiority complex ozuo! Brainless spineless bugalooo. Ducked up wimp!

      So your new Generic Name is other Africans?

      Grow some balls you habitual looser!


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