"I use the name 'Devin Snow' to lure and dupe my victims" Arrested lecturer confessed
By Lizzyjoe1217 | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 2483 views
A lecture identified Opashola has confessed to the crime he committed while he was arraigned to court. He is a lecturer of the Kwara State College of Health Technology and he has pleaded guilty to one count charge bordering on romance scam. He is more or less like a yahoo. According to the report given by EFCC, they said he created an email and uses the identity of a female to dupe his victims.
According to the report, the name of the female he uses is 'Devin Snow' and as at the time he was caught, he wanted to dupe one Eugene. The lady was about sending a sum of 78 thousand naira to him before he was caught. He was taken to court and he pleaded guilty. His case has been shifted to the 23rd of February.
This is totally bad and sad at the same time. He's a lecturer and if he's salary isn't enough he should have just gone for another job or he invest in another business that would give more money. Now that he has done something illegal, it would tarnish his image and would be able to have the money he's looking for.
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