Pres . Buhari ’s Son Reportedly Arrested For Defrauding Unsuspecting Nigerians

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Sident Muhammadu Buhari so as to
defraud unsuspecting Nigerians with the
promises of giving them lucrative
contracts from the government, has been
arrested by operatives of the Federal
Capital Territory (FCT) Special Anti-
Robbery Squad (SARS).
A statement from the FCT SARS say the
suspect has continuously promised to
secure contracts for his victims from the
president, saying he had
made billions of naira through this illicit
venture.
He was also dropping names of top
politicians and businessmen to convince
his victims, often wielding superimposed
photos of himself with the president and
other top politicians.
The statement reads:
“He mostly approached big contractors,
who were desperate to see the president
or any of the governors. He would put
fake calls across to the supposed
politicians in the presence of his victims
and convince them to book
appointments.
From there, he would demand that the
politician’s security officials needed to be
settled with huge amounts of money
before the contractor would be granted
audience with the president or the
governor.”
But the fake president’s son ran into
troubled waters when a duped
contractor, after waiting for many weeks
without getting to see the president as
promised by the hoodlum, reported his
ordeal to the police, complaining that
after collecting lots of money from him,
the scammer was yet to take him to the
president.
To the surprise of the police operatives,
the suspect turned out to be a criminal
who has been on their wanted list for
similar offences in the past.
The Police Public Relations Officer for the
FCT command, Anjuguri Manzah,
confirmed the story, saying that acting
on a tipoff, SARS operatives arrested the
suspect on Saturday, July 4, at about 2
am.
“The truth is that the suspect had
defrauded so many people. To perfect
his act, he paraded himself as the son of
the president. Three Mercedez Benz and
one Peugeot 406 cars were recovered
from him as exhibits.”

 

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