Two Nigerians Get Prison Term For 300,000 Fraud In The UK
Two Nigerian men identified as Okwudili Chinze, aged 44, and Ahmed Otun, a 41-year-old man, have been imprisoned for mandate fraud in the United Kingdom.
Chinze and Otun were said to have been part of a network of fraudsters who scammed people and amateur clubs. Both men had made up to 300,000 pounds before they were arrested by a law enforcement agency.
On the 17th of November, at Kingston Crown Court, Okwudili Chinze was sentenced to two years and eight months for conspiracy to commit fraud. He has also been sentenced to serve another prison term of 15 months for money laundering and both sentences will be running concurrently.