NSCDC Arrests 29-Year-Old Man In Anambra For Defrauding German Lover Of €10,000


The Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corps have apprehended a 29-year-old man for duping his online lover of €10,000  
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NSCDC Arrests 29-Year-Old Man In Anambra For Defrauding German Lover Of €10,000 
A man identified as Chigozie Ndubusi Kizzito has been arrested by the Anambra State Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps, NSCDC for allegedly defrauding a German woman, Ms Oyeleke Patricia Magdalena of €10,000.
DAILY POST gathered that 29-year old Kizzito met the German lady on a dating site and she subsequently fell in love with him and started lavishing money on him.
The spokesperson of NSCDC in Anambra, ASC Edwin Okadigbo who disclosed this in a press statement  in Awka said the suspect has owned up to the crime.

On how the suspect was arrested, Okadigbo said, “Recall On the 29/4/2020 at about 1:pm, following a complaint by Barrister Jideofor Chinwuba Esq on behalf of his client, Ms Oyeleke Patricia Magdalena ‘F’ a German on the alleged internet-related fraud.

“NSCDC operatives through surveillance arrested one Chigozie Ndubusi Kizzito ‘m’ aged 29years from Ndibeokwu Mmuo in Ndi Ejezie Kindred, Arondizuogu in Ideato North LGA of Imo State.

“Preliminary investigations, however, reveal that the suspect allegedly met the victim in August 2019 on a dating site, where a supposed relationship was consummated and from November 2019 till March 2020 defrauded the victim of 10,000 Euros.

“Suspect has equally made a voluntary confessional statement to the NSCDC.”

He added that officials of NSCDC were able to find exhibits showing that he extorted the German.

Some of the exhibits recovered he listed to include; financial transaction details of monies transferred to him by the victim, and a copy of a letter purportedly written to the German Embassy, in which he protested his visa denial by the embassy.

Okadigbo said, “Case is under investigation after which the suspect would be handed over to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for further investigation and prosecution.”

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