The Lagos State Police Command has cut down a noteworthy crime syndicate in Lagos operated by a 26-year-old digital criminal cum extortion boss, Samuel Olowobola Gboyega who has been tricking Nigerians looking to movement abroad.
The crime safe house where the illicit exercises were done is situated at No. 48, Allen Avenue, Ikeja Lagos.
Samuel's capture taken after an appeal to routed to the Commissioner of Police, Lagos State, Edgal Imohimi, by one Antonio Kaplanis of the Embassy of Greece, Abuja, asserting that the suspect had deceitfully gotten tremendous totals of cash from clueless Nigerians looking for visa to movement to Europe by guaranteeing to be a worker of the Embassy of Greece with an order to make visa acquirement simple for candidates.
Spin-off of the over, the CP Lagos conveyed break investigators from the State Intelligence Bureau (SIB) to angle out the offender and his mischievous accomplices. The criminologists swung without hesitation promptly the request was given.
They found the presume's safehouse and done a sting activity on him. Amid the task, some Nigerian international IDs, workstations and other visa related records were recouped from the criminal's working theater.
Facilitate examination of the workstation affirmed that there were archives in the notebook that had diverse international safe haven visas and their separate sticker prices.
It was likewise observed that the said Samuel Olowobola Gboyega made false introductions through distributions on his site: www.kukutravels.com, connecting the name of Embassy of Greece to it.
The CP noted with misery that the exercises of the young fellow had marked the picture of the country and extraordinarily humiliated the Embassy of Greece in Nigeria. He cautioned individuals behind this sort of wrongdoing to have a reexamine or have the law to fight with.
In the interim, the suspect has been charged to court for the offenses he conferred.