Crime Alert: Nigerian Prince Nabbed After Scamming Hundreds of Job Seekers of $54k in New York, But Gets No Jail Sentence - Everything You Should Know About Everything including Music, celebrities, and your mentors

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Crime Alert: Nigerian Prince Nabbed After Scamming Hundreds of Job Seekers of $54k in New York, But Gets No Jail Sentence

Crime Alert: Nigerian Prince Nabbed After Scamming Hundreds of Job Seekers of $54k in New York, But Gets No Jail Sentence

A Nigerian Prince who resides in New York that was arrested in the year 2018 for scamming several people of over 54,000 dollars have been charged to court and the outcome was a no-jail sentence.

The 31 year old Prince who is identified as Osmond Eweka who is said to be from a Royal blood from the Benin origin was arrested early last year along with his Co defendant identified as Kamel McKay.

According to his lawyer, Eweka was just doing what was best for his family and an the head, has to maintain a good home, stating also that he has a new born baby to fend for.

“Mr. Eweka chose to do what was best for his family and
his newborn son,”

Also his Co defendant, MCKay after pleading guilty to the crime was given a one year jail term. The implication of the no-jail term given to Osmond Eweka means that he has a conditional discharge.

Here is how the scam was done...

Both Eweka and McKay created a site indeed.com where the promised job seekers for jobs and anyone in that category looking for a job is to pay between 300 dollars to 700 dollars.

After that a series of interviews would take place where they would send such job seekers to a place where they are not being expected. It was reported that none of the people sent ever got any job whatsoever.

The amount accumulated as a result of that was 54,000 dollars as reported by them. 

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