Monday, 19 September 2016

Graduate impersonates and dupes Oyedepo, Dantata and others

Jehu Kwasu a 25 year old graduate of Political Science and the Late son of Anglican Bishop,James Kwasu has been arrested for fraud.
He narrated how he impersonated different people like the Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Bishop David Oyedepo , Oba Otudeko among others and defrauded them of  millions.

According to him, he got N500,000 from Oyedepo, Honey well group Chairman Otudeko N1m;Admiral Nduibuisi Kanu N500,000 and Alhaji Dantat N2m.

After which he opemned a GTbank account in Bishop Kukah's name. He further stated that he registered a SIM card in his name but used Bishop Kukah's picture on his True Caller accountso that when he calls the Bishop's picture appears to further deceive people.

He admitted to have realized over N5.7m from the fraudulent act which he spent on girls and hard drugs and had just about N1.7m left in his account by the time of his arrest.

 He is  currently serving 2months at Keffi Prison. Police also confirmed he he exploited his father's name Late James Kwasu to extort money from the Katsina State Governor Aminu Masari when he was speaker of the house of Representatives. He reportedly tried to extort money from David Mark pretending to be Akobe.

But he sent his girlfriend instead to collect the money where she was arrested as she went. He didn't stop there after his girlfriend's arrest he went ahead and  sold his deceased parents’ house in Kaduna for N10m and lavished the money on girls and a profligate lifestyle.

He was caught after people alerted Bishop Kukah and he petitioned the police who later investigated the case and arrested the suspect.

He claims he defrauded people to use the money and help the IDPs in the country.Punch gathered that following his inability to withdraw from the accounts he opened, he went to the bank to complain where he was subsequently arrested.

Mustafa , the commissioner of Police in FCT  called on the public to report every suspicious phone call and email to the police for investigation.


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