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I Upload Rich Photos On Facebook To Draw Ladies To Me – 400L Student Who Defrauded 7 Women

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A 400L student of Computer Science who specialises in uploading rich photos on social networking site, Facebook, to lure innocent ladies to himself in other to defraud them, has been arrested by the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) of the Lagos State Police Command, after one of his victims made a report at the Ikeja Police Command.

The 26-year-old suspect, identified as Ademola Adebayo, and his 35-year-old accomplice, Toheeb Fatuga, were alleged to have defrauded seven ladies so far on Facebook.

According to information gathered from Daily Post, Ademola lured his victims to a hotel on the pretext that he had a business deal for them, after which, he dispossessed them of their phones and valuables.

Confessing to the crime, the suspect revealed thus: “One of the ladies I defrauded was Rita. She came to a hotel in the Oyingbo area. We had met on Facebook and I agreed to do a deal with her. She was a woman willing to have a sexual affair with me for money.

“I invited her to the hotel and asked how much she would take. She said $1,000, and I said it was okay. I collected her phone. I asked her to come for the money at a hotel in the Victoria Island area. So, she believed me and left.

“I checked the contacts on her phone and that was where I got the contacts of other ladies I defrauded. I was trying to lure another friend of hers when I was arrested. I have done it to seven ladies. I usually meet the young women on Facebook, and it is either I add them or they add me.

“I usually uploaded rich pictures on Facebook, which attracted them to me. Fetuga was the one I usually gave the valuables to sell. He sold each of the phones for N6,000.”

Fetuga, while telling his side of the story however said he never knew that the phones and valuables were stolen items.

“He came to me that he wanted to sell the phones. When I asked him where he got the phones from, he said some ladies in his school were in need of money to complete their projects and examinations.

“He had come about seven times and I gave him about N6,000 for each of the phones. We usually met at different places. He would call and say we should transact business.”

The Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Fatai Owoseni, said investigations were ongoing.



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