It is said that a Nigerian scammer James Aliyu was arrested in Sandton by NCB. James was arrested in his luxury home in Sandon Johannesburg South Africa. He has scammed Americans almost R296 million. He was involved in romance scams on online dating sites and business scams. Some South Africans want him to be deported back to Nigeria while others want him to be banned from entering the country.
"James Aliyu was arrested at his luxury home in Sandton Johannesburg after scamming American citizens almost R296million in fraud scams. His criminal spree involved romance scams via online dating sites and business scams." @VehicleTrackerz tweeted.
"12 million US dollars and he never thought of going back to his country? You can’t hide in South Africa forever,." Said @Gobetse_M.
'' I watched a few documentaries about Nigerians across world. Nigeria can be the new world super power if they can use their survival skills to good use. They're always ahead of law enforcement agencies everywhere they go." Said @Khumo
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