Fraudster arrested for causing a recipient of money transfer to pay him N1.2m.

Aghatise Davis Osasunmese was nabbed on the 20th of September, 2016, by police operatives attached to Anti Kidnapping Unit of Zone 2 command, Onikan, Lagos. He was tracked down in Benin City, Edo state.

The spokesman of the Police Zonal Command, Olumuyiwa Adejobi, said Osasunmese, on 29th March, 2016, sent a mail to his victim, Iloka Ndubuisi, whose uncle, one Dr J.O.S. Okeke, based in the U.S, sent a sum of N5m through First Bank Nig. Plc.

He acted as Ndubuisi's uncle, and asked him to pay the sum of N500,000 into an account with U.B.A, on the 30th March, 2016, with a threat that if he didn’t, he would sue him to court for the money he was owing him, which he obliged without hesitation.

Ndubuisi claimed that he received another mail on the second day, with same threat, to pay another N700,000 to same account and obliged again. Osasunmese was eventually exposed on April, 4, 2016, when Ndubuisi received a call from one Chief Osifo, asking him to check his mail box for an instruction.
At this juncture, he sensed something was amiss. Hence, he called his uncle to confirm if he actually sent the mail, but to his chagrin, the uncle said he never sent any mail to him. The matter was reported to the police and Osasunmese was arrested.

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