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DSS Arrests Guy For Tough $50,000 For Buhari’s Appointment

One Prince Mohammed Momoh has been paraded by means of the Division of State Services and products (DSS) for allegedly hard $50,000 from a Bayelsa guy to protected an appointment as Particular Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Oil and Fuel.

This was once disclosed on Tuesday by means of the spokesperson of the DSS, Peter Afunanya at a media briefing in Abuja.

The suspect, 40, married with 2 youngsters hails from Kogi state.

The DSS described Momoh as the pinnacle of a syndicate specialising in losing the names of senior executive officers to fleece unsuspecting Nigerians for phantom positions in and outdoor the federal government

Momoh along 3 others scammed Benson Aniego from Bayelsa State, claiming to be running for the Leader of Body of workers to the President and that $35,000 of the quantity would move to the CoS whilst the steadiness of $15,000 would move to others.

He mentioned: “We arrested Prince Momoh in a sting operation carried out on July 28, 2020 and we wish to alert the general public that the syndicate has no connection in anyway with the Leader of Body of workers to the President or some other respectable of the federal government at any degree.

“The top of the syndicate, Momoh, most effective exploited his former place as an aide to a best Presidency respectable and began to defraud unsuspecting Nigerians. He has no dating with any Presidential respectable as we discuss.

“This is why we’re pleading with Nigerians to desist from falling sufferers to fraudsters who proceed to drop the names of best executive officers for pecuniary good points. We can proceed to fish them out and divulge them for what they’re: fraudsters and not anything extra.”

All over confession, Prince Momoh, who served as an aide to a Presidency respectable between 2013 and 2015, mentioned he most effective gathered a curriculum vitae from any individual he sought after to assist to protected a role however didn’t know he would finally end up in what he known as ‘unlucky state of affairs’.