Obinwanne Okeke’s confessions led to arrest of 80 Nigerian fraudsters
Barely two weeks after his arrest by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigations, (FBI), on charges of fraud and cyber crimes, Nigerian entrepreneur, Obinwanne Okeke otherwise known as Invictus, has allegedly snitched on his gang members leading to the arrest of 80 Nigerian fraudsters by the FBI.
Sources close to the FBI reports that as part of plea bargain deal by Invictus and the Bureau, the Nigerian who was featured on Forbes’s 30 Under 30 in 2016 and also owns the Invictus Group, decided to give out the names of his gang members leading to the arrest late last week.
Invictus was arrested for allegedly defrauding many Americans of their hard earned money totalling $12 million while using his company as a front to make it look like he made his money legally.
Obi’s Invictus Group has investments in real estate, energy, oil and gas as well as construction and operates in three African countries including Nigeria, South Africa and Zambia.
But since his arrest, it has been reported that Invictus has been singing and dropping names of other fraudsters both in Nigeria and the US.