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I thought internet fraud was for young youth but nowadays old women now join the young ones to do fraud which shows that Nigeria is automatically coming to an end.


This old woman was arrested by the economic and financial crime commission for obtaining huge amount of money by false pretence.

The arrest of this woman got so many Nigerians talking, but investigations has shown that this woman is an expert in fraud and has been doing it for years.

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Port Harcourt zonal office, on Thursday, January 21, 2021, presented one Margret Ogolo before Justice M. L. Abubakar of the Federal High Court sitting in Port Harcourt, Rivers State for fraudulent land sale to the tune of N44, 800, 000, which is a huge amount of money. She was docked on one- count charge bordering on obtaining money by false pretence.


According to the woman she deals on scamming people with lands, which does not belongs to her.

The old woman charge reads That you Margret Ogolo sometimes in 2013 at Port Harcourt within the jurisdiction of this Honourable Court with intent to defraud your victim obtained the sum of Fourteen Million, Eight Hundred Thousand Naira only from one Mr. Adeya Jacob Adeya on the pretext of selling a land situated beside Ecobank Plc, opposite Community Secondary school Alode, Eleme, Rivers State which was not your own, a pretext which you knew to be false and thereby committed an offence contrary to Section 1a of the Advance Fee Fraud and Other Fraud Related Offences Act 2006 of the Nigerian constitution and punishable under section 1 and 3 of the same Act.

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The woman after hearing the charge pleaded not guilty.

This old woman trouble started when a petitioner alleged that she sold about four plots of land to him in the sum of N14. 8million far back 1988. Ogolo who was a widow, reportedly claimed landed property and said it belonged to her late husband.

However, when the petitioner made a bid to take possession of the property, the real owner appeared and forbade the petitioner to have any access to the property.

Every attempt to get Ogolo refund the payment made for the land proved was in vain.

The woman is currently in the Efcc custody awaiting trial.

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