Online Scammer Impersonating United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions Lands In Ikoyi Prison
A serial fraudster, Kareem Oluwaseyi who allegedly defrauded many by impersonating US Attorney General, Jeff Sessions online appeared in court today.
The suspect was remanded in prison custody by Ikeja High Court vacation judge, Ogala Oyindamola today following his not guilty plea to a five-count charge of possession of fraudulent documents.
The accused who committed the offence on the 29th of June 2018 was arraigned by the EFCC for Advance Fee Fraud and other Fraud related offences.
Here is what EFCC lawyer, A.M Ocholi said about the defendant today:
“The defendant goes by the alias Jeff Sessions and using the moniker, he created an e-mail address email@example.com.
“He had in his possession an e-mail correspondence containing false pretence titled: “Grant Money”, which he sent from that e-mail address to firstname.lastname@example.org, the e-mail address of an unsuspecting victim.
“Oluwaseyi had in his possession another e-mail correspondence titled: ‘Grant’ which he sent from his Jeff Sessions e-mail address to email@example.com he knew contained false pretence.
“He also had sent an e-mail: titled “no subject” which he sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, knowing same to be false.”
His bail application will be heard on the 10th of September but before then, Ikoyi Prison will be his temporary home.