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Major Okwuosa: Fake Army Major Wanted For N159 Million Fraud

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Major Okwuosa: Fake Army Major Wanted For N159 Million Fraud

Major Emmanuel Okwuosa

Feb 13, 2012 – Major Okwuosa: Fake Army Major Wanted For N159 Million Fraud

A Nigerian businessman, who parades himself as Major Emmanuel Okwuosa, has been declared wanted by the police over $1 million(about N159m) fraud. naijagists.com

Major Okwuosa, according to a special Police Gazzette Bulletin, issued Sunday under the authority of the office of the Inspector-General of Police, Abuja, is alleged to have obtained the amount by false pretence in October, 2010.

The offence, according to the police, was committed in both Nigeria and Belgium.

The police said Okwosa, who is believed to be 42 years old and whose two addresses were given as 18, Okwuosa Avenue, Ogui, Enugu and 30, Colorado Close, Maitama, Abuja, “conspired with Mr. Benoit Ceulemans of Carat Security Group, Belgium under false pretence to purchase a Maybach 62-S armoured car from the United States of America.”

The police said they obtained the warrant of arrest a Magistrate’s Court in Abuja.

According to the bulletin declaring him wanted, the suspect is an Igbo man with pointed nose, large mouth and thick lips.

Further description of the suspect shows that he has large eyes, dark skin and “has sweet-coated mouth.”

He is always in suits and frequents Abuja, Lagos, Anambra, Enugu, USA, Belgium and Spain.

4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. ahmed

    April 24, 2012 at 8:15 AM

    Its a pity how our nigerian police gulp money and yank shit bout issues like this,
    This man isn’t a fake army major, thas his real name, I have done business with him so I know for sure. Arthur Eze should find a way to settle his bills & take his maybach. He had visited the company in Brussels, yet say he was defrauded. All our police do, is take money & do dent in lives. What happened to prince Arthur Eze when he stole money from progress bank, or leave contracts undone? Its a shame on our system.

  2. Ahanwa

    April 27, 2012 at 7:12 AM

    Thank you Ahmed for clearing this. I have known this guy for over 30 years. His name is Major And not army Major. Nigeria police should do their work very well and stop deceiving Nigerians.

  3. uche

    October 27, 2012 at 8:26 AM

    nigerian police, pay them and they will commit any form of atrocity, and it is a very big low for arthur to descend to such level on a biz transaction he reneged on, trying to criminalize a young man unneccesarily is just low, selfish and vindictive.

  4. Paul

    October 18, 2013 at 11:07 AM

    Major Okwuosa is a gentle man that is painfully honest. He is the type of leadership icon that the country nigeria deserves and the nigerian police should desist from being used by unscrupulous elements in damaging and youthful leadership. Initially it was publicised that Major defrauded Arthur Eze and now by his divine intervention, it is now established that there was genuine business negotiation involving the parties. So if Eze knows he is honest about his cry, then he should report to USA and declear he made payment in error other than using the NPF which he knows can be bought over as tool to foster illegality.

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