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Thursday, March 12, 2020

The True Story Behind Oladeji And Omotayo Henry Alleged N555m Scam Posted By The EFCC...

A Few days ago, a picture of a couple was posted by EFCC on their Eagle Online page and to several online newspapers, claiming Omotayo Henry and her husband Oladeji Henry allegedly stole over 500 million naira and are being arraigned in court. 








This action is damaging to their reputation, especially when they have not been proven guilty. We live in a country where anything can be posted irrespective of the damage that can be done to affected parties.

Omotayo and Oladeji did not steal any of the things mentioned by EFCC as court proceedings will show as the days go by.


This is the real story behind the issue;



Omotayo Henry used to be a staff member of Zenith bank and she worked with their Akute Branch for close to 10 years. Ever punctual and efficient, not once did she ever have a case of fraud or negligence on her file all throughout her meritorious service.


Sometime in December 2017, her husband's brother by name Semawon (Semmy) Abiodun Henry claimed he knew how to trade in the Cryptocurrency market, being a conservative person, Omotayo was reluctant about it, but after much discussion, she ventured to put up some capital with him.

As time went on, some of her colleagues at the Akute branch got to know about it and decided to also give it a try. Month in month out, Semawon kept delivering for them.

Some of the branch staff even went as far as convincing and collecting bank customer's monies into the trades, without informing Omotayo, as they believed it could yield better income for them. They also begged to have the trader's account domiciled in their branch as it has become a branch business. Some even transferred directly to the trader's btc wallet.


At some point, Omotayo resigned from the bank after 10 years of hard work and decided to pursue other interests while Semawon kept trading for them all.

However, like many online businesses in Nigeria, Semawon started defaulting on payments. It came to an end in December 2018 when he could no longer pay anyone. Panic ensued, people's monies were trapped. Semawon gave promises of recovery and set several dates to repay but never did.


On April 2019, Semawon absconded.



 All efforts to use various law enforcement agencies to apprehend him proved abortive. At this point, Omotayo's colleagues and her husband colleagues ganged up against them and reported to EFCC that they stole their money.

See also Semawon's message to investors here;





Mind you, Omotayo and her husband Oladeji’s money were heavily invested also in the whole saga, but out of vindictiveness and wickedness, these colleagues wrote all sorts of various lies to get the couple arrested simply because they introduced them to the business. Some even claimed they never earned from the business while they had made over 100% of profit.


The matter has also been reported to Zenith Bank head office and will be escalated to CBN for investigations to be made and more evidence of the cover up to be exposed. Eventually they will all be published so everything can be clearer.


The matter published by EFCC is now in court as said earlier, evidences of all transactions and communications will be presented to the court so everyone will know what transpired and how heartless and wicked people are when it comes to money issues.

...True friends of Omotayo and Oladeji

29 comments:

  1. ogaooooooo,my good Lord will help u out soonest

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  2. Oh dear, I really feel for them. It's well. They'll definitely come out of this and strong too

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  3. Oh not Henry Semanwon. He was a UBA staff for years. He does not have a dubious heart at all. Besides, he's God fearing. I'm sure its a case of business gone bad. He is not that kind of person at all. Hopefully, truth will be out and all monies will be paid. By the way, what is happening to Nospetco? Na God go punish that one.

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    1. Nospecto ke? After how many years? Those thief chop my N250k just like that. Don't even mention MMM☹️

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    2. Why are you opening old wound now? We done dey heal though I still have my documents with me

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    3. chai....Nospetco and my money oooo....

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    4. That God fearing angle, i didnt see it or maybe money changed him. The semmy i was introduced to was arrogant, egoistic and a Mr Know it all! You cant tell him nothing. This must have contributed to loosing the monies. He felt he knew it all n you cant advice him, attempts to advice him, he ll remove you from the group. I hope they catch him or atleast Corona virus shld catch him wherever he is hiding. A fraudster to the best of my knowledge!

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    5. Hmmmm, it is such a pity that so many people who have never in their lives get involved in anything shady got trapped in this crypto saga. People went into the business based on trust but then business went bad and people refused to just swallow the hard pie. I have this to say that people should just move on with their lives, take the lessons and trust God for a replacement of all that was lost. People whose shops got burnt at Lagos Island has no one to hold responsible. if thieves come to rob someone, and made a way with the money, you will be grateful they didn't kill you. These two scenarios are my outlook to this event which has helped me to move on irrespective of the pain the loss comes with. My heart goes out to this couple and the Zenith bank staff that are standing the risk of loosing their jobs. I pray everyone finds peace and solutions to all the difficult situations at hand. The best revenge is forgiveness and not name calling and shaming people.

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  4. Useless Efcc,they keep tarnishing innocent people images.Sue their black sorry arses

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  5. Many bankers don't know anything and her meddlesome colleagues should be more worries about their jobs than their money (which they lost a long time ago) and their egos. What did they expect would happen? You could have opened a wallet and traded for yourself or at least, monitored your own investments in this extra-volatile crypto market but because you heard profit, all common sense went out the window. You even got the account to be opened at the bank- is the business registered? Now that you've all received the Maddoff treatment, you are making noise and defaming a person's character.

    Her mistake was falling for the MMM lie of recruiting more people and also, helping with recovery- as a swindled customer, you have no business spearheading recovery. You should have penned the petition to EFCC forgetting the fact that this guy is your in-law.

    If a banker does not know that returns that are too good to be true are just that, please, who else would know? Even after so many cryptos crashed, you guys did not cash out with high profits at the time and call it a day but kept re-investing money quoted by a non-registered finance house? The bankers themselves should have their employment reconsidered. This is a textbook case of affinity fraud. After the Bernie Maddoff saga ,n movies like wolf of wall street and even MMM in Nigeria, people too greedy to be vigilant shouldn't be managing our own money. Thank goodness she retired early. they are the ones who have to explain how they forgot to know their customer.

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  6. I love friends like this... May you be exonerated. If business goes bad in Nigeria its fraud no one wants to take responsibility. Business has gone bad... Share the risk. Did they put gun on your head to invest? When I saw the story I knew something was not right. I Hope they are out.

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  7. Only time and God will truly vindicate these couple. Its just so sad that when it comes to money, your best friends will turn your worst enemies. Its a lesson for everyone. They will surely overcome this and prosper again.

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  8. Hmmm,when it comes to money eh, i cannot trust anybody. people that you trust will lie against you when the chips are down.

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  9. There is something missing in this story. Why woukd EFCC arrest them if they only introduced the person.

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    1. Because investors roped them in as partners when Semmy Henry who was the main person has already absconded.

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    2. Exactly! You know this story. One of my 9mobile colleague was fronting about being a partner trading with henry, when he was only collecting referral bonuses. We thought as a colleague, he could never do wrong. Oga resigned shortly before our monies sank. That was when we realised the business he was telling us was 101% sure wasn't even his. Kingsley Ozoemenam, God go stl catch you!

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  10. This is why I always rebuff approach from people that wants me to join them in Biotcoin & crypto currency trading..
    Most of them cannot clearly defend/ explain how the business operates..
    I no like all these mammy water investments of the more you look,the less you see abeg...
    If M.M.M did not give you sense, you can never have sense in this life..
    Chizzy J.

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  11. Efcc are looking for their cut of the fortune. They better free the couple jareh.

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  12. Semawon Henry is still in hiding while EFCC is messing up his family members. Semmy Henry used to be a person of integrity but it appears pride and greed got the better of him. Pride because he ventured into a business he knows nothing about and when things weren't going well, he refused to come clean. He kept using new money to pay returns intiuhe coudncou continue. Oladeji Henry and his wife are innocent.

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  13. May God biko vindicate the couple if they are truly innocent in the whole transactions.

    Me I have learnt my lessons and I can't even invest in anything online business even this so called crypto currency that is now the 'in' thing, I refused to be a party of such.

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  14. It's truly sad. The investors are probably in trouble too. I suspect that they also took customer's funds or borrowed funds to invest and when the business went bad, emotions will get the better of them because it's now a matter of survival

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  15. Our politicians are stealing money and robbing us of our commonwealth but EFCC won't see that one. Na this clear case of business gone bad and trader absconding them go dey chase because of the commission they will be paid on recovery but when the couple themselves don't even have the funds and it has been proven through their details that funds were sent to the trader.....why shaming and harassing?

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    1. They should fish out their cohort!

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    2. So because “your politicians” are robbers, we should let fraudsters like Semmy go scot free too? Something has to be wrong with your head.

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  16. Lessons we learn everyday... These couple will come out better, wiser and stronger. I just pray they don't allow the unnecessary publicity stunts by EFCC affect them. Step on it.

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  17. This is not fraud at all. Trading any instrument (forex, equities, commodities, cryptocurrencies) carry a significant amount of risks. Investors may lose all their money. It is always clearly stated in brokers' website. He overleveraged and get burned like 95% of traders who are known lo lose in the business.

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  18. Stella this case is similar to one in Lagos about Jennifer onyebuagu took people money that she invested in cryptocurrency and people have not seen their money. Let EFCC also publish Jennifer picture she n lillian. Thieves

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  19. Our Heavenly Father will vindicate them.

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