Police Arrest, Accuse Six Nigerian Traders Of Online Fraud In Bangladesh | Sahara Reporters
They were apprehended in overnight drives from Pallabi, Rupnagar and Dakkhin Khan areas of Dhaka, the capital on Wednesday.
by SaharaReporters, New York Jan 14, 2022 The police in Bangladeshi have arrested nine members of an alleged fraud gang including six Nigerians and one South African.They claimed some armed policemen in the early hours of the day forcefully entered some houses in the town and arrested people for undisclosed offences.Agabus Pwanagba The Plateau State Police Command has arrested the suspected killer of one Miss Jennifer Anthony, a 300-level student of the University of Jos., a 300-level student of the University of Jos (UNIJOS), , a 300-level student of the University of Jos (UNIJOS), whose lifeless body was found mutilated on January 1, at a guest house in Jos.
Those arrested are Udeze Obinna Ruben, 42; Ntombikhona Gebuza, 36; Ifunanya Vivian Nnawuike, 31; Sunday Shederack Ejim, 32; Chinedu Moses Nnaji, 36; Collims Ifesinachi Talike, 30; Chidimma Ebele Eylofor, 26; Nahidul Islam, 30; and Sonia Akter, 33.It was reported that the nabbed Africans are staying in Bangladesh on tourist visas yet engaging in fraud under the cover of selling ready-made garments, police director, Mozammel Huque, said, on Thursday, while addressing a press conference.Adejumo said, “The policemen carrying arms came in the early hours of the day and started attacking people sleeping in their homes.He claimed the group had long been defrauding Bangladeshis, swindling nearly 30 out of huge sums of money.DAILY POST gathered that the deceased was a student of Special Education and Rehabilitation Sciences."They operated through romance scams on social media, fake package delivery services, and by organizing fake online prizes," Mozammel said.“Many people were arrested and we don’t know the offence those arrested committed.The police unit also recovered eight passports, 31 mobile phones, three laptops, one cheque book, three pen drives, and cash from their possession.The suspect’s hands were tied behind him with all the blood-soaked white cloth used to pluck out Jennifer’s eyes, drugs and materials used in his operation during the parade.
Mozammel said arrested Udeze is the key figure of the group, while Sonia Akter and Nahidul Islam are the local members.We want them sanctioned.” He further explained that “The Command in a bid to arrest the perpetrator launched an aggressive manhunt on the suspect and tactically trailed him to Benue State where he was arrested by hawked-eye police operatives of the Command..
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