Police Arrest Fraudster Fronting as Chairman Of Purported Zone-13 Stakeholders Forum

Posted on September 24, 2020


In an effort to nip fraudulent tendencies in the bud, operatives attached to Zonal CID Zone 13, Ukpo have arrested one Ichie Sir Izuchukwu Nwabueze ‘M’ aged 35 of Ukpo Dunukofia LGA, Anambra State, who has been posing as an aide to the Assistant Inspector General of Police.Impersonation that gave him opportunity to defraud unsuspecting traders and bourgeoisie in Anambra State of their hard earned money. 

According to DSP Nwode Nkeiruka (ZPRO), the suspect who had pretended to be raising funds for the furnishing of an unknown Residential Quarters and for the installation of a Sound Proof Generating Set for the AIG Zone 13 Ukpo, cornered Hon. Sir Chris Okeke, High Chief Nwaigwe, Daniel both of G20 Foundation Awka, and collected a total Sum of seven million, three hundred thousand Naira(N7,300,000) from them.

The said suspect, Chief Izuchukwu Nwabueze also obtained with false pretence from the following persons: (1)Sir Chidi Igor Okoye N240,000 (2)Benson okoye N185,000(3)umugama village N100,000(4)prince okoyeze N100,000(5)Hon Sir Chukwudi Okeke N210,000(6)Prof Anika Sylvanus N50,000(7)Chief Nnamdi Egbuha Gas cylinder(8)Engr Ndubuisi Onwuakpa, One horse power Air Conditioner.(9)The Suspect also defrauded the sum of N1,000,000 from one Ifeanyi Umeh Lovelyn on behalf of the Anglican Bishop of Awka; Alexander Ibezim.

The suspect had also approached Mr. Akunwata Chuka Modebe Esq to join him in the forum he created to support the creation and activities of the newly created Zone 13 Police headquarters and allegedly convinced him to pay the sum of 1million Naira on the 1st of September 2020 which he did to his Fidelity bank account.In the same vein, he also approached, one Mr. Stanley, the CEO Brost Global Resources and collected the sum of N500,000 from him to allegedly enlist him in his Stakeholders forum,  another N370,000 to purchase an iPad for the AIG, and yet another N1,150,000 for the furnishing of the office of the Personal Assistant to the AIG and when Stanley requested for the refund of his money, the said  Izuchukwu gave him a Fidelity bank cheque of N1,150,000 belonging to CHRISKWIK VENTURES LIMITED of 32 ISA WILLIAMS STREET, OKEARIN, LAGOS STATE which he presented to the bank but was bounced.

Meanwhile, the suspect has voluntarily confessed to the crime, while investigation is still ongoing after which suspect will be charged to Court. 

The AIG Zone 13 Ukpo, DanMalam Mohammed Psc,fdc, is using this opportunity to implore members of the public who may have been defrauded by the said Ichie Izuchukwu Nwabueze to report to the Deputy Commissioner of Police incharge of Criminal Investigations Department, DCP Echeng Echeng just as he cautioned the public to be wary of this new trend of criminal activity and report suspicions actions or persons through the Zone’s emergency number 08060463492 or the nearest Police station or Command for prompt response please. 

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