Lamido Ogbeh Defrauds Pakistani Of N194m (Photograph)
A Nigerian distinguished as Lamido Ogbeh, has been captured on Sunday, by Kohsar police for purportedly duping a Pakistani man of Rs35 million (nearly N194million), in Islamabad.
Pakistantoday, reports that Ogbeh was captured after the casualty stopped an objection against him on Saturday. The casualty in his announcement uncovered how he was defrauded by Ogbeh saying a UK number called him and offered to help him.
The presume at that point advised the casualty to store the sum in a financial balance to empower his products from the UK be cleared and conveyed in the blink of an eye. The casualty whose name was given as Muhammad Arif said he saved the cash in the given financial balance.
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The cash was later pulled back by a man named Asif from a bank in Islamabad’s F-7 territory. When he got no shipment, Arif reached the record holder, Asif, who revealed to him he just pulled back the cash and provided for an outsider named Joseph.
Ogbeh was found by the police and was found to be a Nigerian living in Pakistan on a business visa.
Ogbeh was likewise blamed for utilizing other ledgers by the casualty and the police trusts he has duped other individuals.