India Police has reported that, it has arrested a 37-year-old Nigerian, for defrauding people pretending to making them business partners.
According to reports, the Nigerian is identified as Chidubem Okafor and has allegedly defrauded about five unsuspecting victims of their money during the covid-19 lockdown.
According to the Commissioner of police (South) Atul Kumar Thakur, in a report released, said Chidubem usually pose as a businessman and subsequently ask people to send him oils and other herbal medicines, promising them they will be partners and shares will be given to them.
However, his accomplice and his girlfriend, usually ask their victims to deposit money into their accounts for ED clearance.
It was discovered that the details used for opening this bank accounts were fake and unverifiable, the DCP added.
Okafor was apprehended in south Delhi on Wednesday after a tip-off and two ATM cards, different brands of mobile phones and Rs 1,90,000 was recovered from him, Thakur said.
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