Man Arrested For Disguising As Top Officials To Sleep With Women & Blackmail Them

A 32-year-old graduate, Iweka Chigoziem Nnamdi of the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State, has been arrested by the Lagos state police for sleeping with women after promises of getting them jobs.


Iweka Chigoziem Nnamdi

The suspect who disguises himself as top individual the likes of Mike Adenuga, the Chairman of Globacom, Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Anyim Pius Anyim amongst others was arrested on April, 21, 2014, in an hotel at Ajah after posting an explicit video of him having sex with a 27-year-old banker simply identified as Judith, who works with a new generation bank in Lagos he finally met on March, 14, 2014 after several months of chatting on facebook.

Apparently Nnamdi was said to have threatened to make the video viral if she failed to pay the money he demanded.

The suspect who invites his victims mainly women(both married and single), after picking them and leaving male applicants to a hotel where the fake interview he has scheduled will take place, unknown to his victims had a hidden camera activated once the ceiling fan is switched on, records all the fondling and sexual activities which in turn would use to blackmail them.

He is said to have successfully blackmailed about 12 married women.

Laptops, Blackeberry and Techno Phone containing sex videos and pictures of different women were said to have been recovered by policemen during a search of the suspect’s apartment in Ikota Villa Estate, Ajah with the suspect confessing to the crime.

On his laptop, police discovered that he had a list of prominent Nigerians such as Mike Adenuga; Pius Ayim Pius; Nwabara Adolphus; Van Vicker, a Ghanaian actor; and Joy Nnwedu, among others. He had been using these images and names to defraud unsuspecting Nigerians. In fact, he has broken marriages as confirmed by our investigations.”

Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, Ngozi Braide who confirmed the suspect’s arrest said he has been charged to court on an eight-count charge.


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