3 Nigerian Arrested In India For Duping 2 Indians Who Invested In Hotel Business

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Sept 2nd, 2015 – 3 Nigerian Arrested In India For Duping 2 Indians Who Invested In Hotel Business

Three Nigerians identified as 35-year-old Eze Victor, 34-year-old Onuoha Francis and 28-year-old Valentine Anumaka have been arrested for duping 2 businessmen of Rs 36 lakh.

The two Indian businessmen who fell for the scammers reported them to the police.

According to Indian Times, Francis, Anumaka and Victor were apprehended by the Indian police alongside their six accomplices, after receiving complaints from the victims of the alleged scam.

4 thoughts on “3 Nigerian Arrested In India For Duping 2 Indians Who Invested In Hotel Business

  1. Naija Gist may God bless you all!!! at times you remove my comments but take note!!! CAN YOU REALLY SEE HOW THE *****-SSS HAVE DESTROYED THE INTEGRITY OF NIGERIA!!! Please when i was in Nigeria, i never Knew that***** where the reason why Nigeria lost it’s dignity until i started traveling! These people are hte DEMONS OF NIGERIA!!!! **** OF ALL TIME, BLOODED CRIMINALS, ****** ****** THEM ALL, SO THAT WE CAN REGAIN OUR INTEGRITY BACK!

  2. WRONG REPORTAGE PLEASE.!!!!!! The 3 arrested Igbos are Biafrans and not Nigerians. Its time these shameless and rebelious group of “Get Rich Quick” desperados from South Eastern corridor begin to identify themselves with Biafra and stop the bastardisations of Nigera. The destructions of Nigerian image abroad by Igbo tribe is unprecidented as it casts a dirty image of the country across the the entire Asian countries of Malaysia, Indonesia, China, India, Thailand as well as in African countries of Ghana, Kenya, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Togo, Senegal, Benin Republic, Cote D’Ivoire etc. Criminality is no doubt in their DNA, an average Biafran citizen is geneologically a criminal until he proves otherwise when arrested. Back home in Nigeria and across the entire West Aftican countries the Biafrans rank first in all manner of criminal activities. Any wonder why they are a target of persecution everywhere they settle and how Nigerians thread cautiously when dealing with the Biafrans because they are hardly trusted either as neighbours, co-tenants or even business partners. They are a dangerous set of people who are always watched with a great lot of suspecions wherever they choose to live, anywhere outside their Biafran territory. Nigerians are not wrong tagging them as criminals afterall.

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