Just after 10:00 on Wednesday 29th members from the Interpol National Crime Bureau (NCB) in Pretoria with the assistance from SAPS Gauteng Highway Patrol Unit swooped in on the upmarket estate in Sandton and a 28-year-old Nigerian national was arrested.
The Nigerian national was wanted for online fraud & money laundering worth R192 million. Authorities in the USA, where the investigation originated & where most of his alleged victims are based, have applied for his extradition.
When it comes to scams, human & drug trafficking, Nigerians are known world wide to be second best to none.
Interpol South Africa has arrested a 28-year-old Nigerian national who is believed to be part of a cybercrime ring involved in phishing, internet scams and money laundering. Mr James Junior Aliyu was arrested at an upmarket estate in Sandton, Johannesburg, earlier this week.
How is it possible for a Nigerian to live in SA, with obvious no job other than crime. How do they manage to get in here? What permit do they have for this? And then people wonder why this country is in the state its in.
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