How Billionaire Suspected Fraud Kingpin, Omamuyorwi Was Arrested
The arrest of Delta billionaire High Chief, Akegor Godless Omamuyorwi, in connection with internet fraud has confirmed the popular saying that there is time for everything in life.
P.M.EXPRESS reports that High Chief Omamuyorwi was recently arrested by the operatives of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, over his alleged involvement in internet fraud worth billions of Naira.
Unknown to his community, Chief Omamuyorwi was alleged to have been involved in fraudulent activities and was mistakenly given a high chieftaincy title in the community. He was said to have made several donations for the development and progress of the community; he was then recommended and conferred with chieftaincy title.
The whole scam was exposed after he was arrested in his community and some of his exotic vehicles were impounded as exhibits and taken into EFCC custody.
It was gathered that Chief Omamuyorwi was linked to several fraudulent internet activities and had escaped arrest until he was recently exposed and the EFCC invaded his palatial mansion, arrested him and recovered some exotic vehicles suspected to be profit of the alleged scam.
Chief Omamuyorwi, suspected to be an internet fraud kingpin, was arrested by Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Benin Zonal Office, on Wednesday October 9, in his palatial home in Ughelli, Delta State.
The arrest of the 34-year-old internet fraud kingpin, who is a chief in Agbaro community, was triggered by a petition from a bank following complaints by one Canadian resident alleging that she had transferred the sum of 390,950.34 Canadian dollars to two different accounts of the bank based on scam. Chief Omamuyorwi was mentioned in connection with the said account used for the transaction of the alleged fraud.
It was learnt that the EFCC have been trailing Omamuyorwi but he had always escaped before he was eventually arrested. According to sources at EFCC office, Omamuyorwi has made useful statement that linked him for the alleged fraud.
However, the EFCC have intensified efforts to get other accomplices involved in the fraud through the useful information provided by Omamuyorwi. The source said that he will be arraigned in Court as soon as investigations are completed.