Banker stops 64-year-old woman from delivering N600,000 to fake prophets in Lagos.

Banker stops 64-year-old woman from delivering N600,000 to fake prophets in Lagos.

by Yeyetunde at November 20, 2022

In Lagos, two suspected fraudsters posing as prophets were arrested for trying to extort N600,000 from a 64-year-old woman.

The incident happened on Friday, November 18, 2022, when the suspects and their accomplice, still at large, offered the sexagenarian a ride and began to tell her that they had a prophecy that she would die.

They demanded money from her in order to help her avert death.

The victim, whose identity wasn’t disclosed, was said to have rushed to a nearby bank around 3.50 pm and attempted to withdraw the demanded amount when the cashier noticed her restlessness.

It was learnt that she kept receiving calls repeatedly while trying to make a withdrawal.

The cashier, who felt concerned, asked the woman what the problem was but she responded that she was forbidden to talk about the issue else, saying she would be killed if she dared to open up.

It was from the point that the police operatives from Ogudu Division were immediately contacted, resulting in the arrest of two out of the three suspects, waiting for the woman outside the bank.

The spokesperson for the Lagos State Police Command, Benjamin Hundeyin, identified the arrested suspects as Uche Awaize, 45, and Osadebe Aigbe, 35.

Hundeyin informed the news correspondent on Saturday that the third suspect had absconded, but effort was ongoing to ensure his arrest, adding that the suspects had earlier extorted N90, 000 from the victim before forcing her to enter the bank and further withdraw another N600, 000.

He added, “They saw the woman on the road and pretended to help her in their vehicle.

On their way, they told her that they had prophecies that she would become successful at a sooner time and that they were ready to assist her if she was ready to release her money. Culled from NGNews

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