NEWS: Two Chinese, Nigerians operating fake embassy in Lagos arrested

The police in Lagos have arrested two Chinese nationals and two Nigerians operating a fake embassy at the Ejigbo area of the state.

Liu Honyang, 47, Sun Xinai, 49 , and their Nigerian collaborators, Oriyomi Olawale, 47 and Desmond Chinedu, 25, were apprehended during the raid on their office situated inside Golden Point Hotel and Suite on Duduyemi Street in Ejigbo.

The police said the suspects had conspired and swindled Nigerians who had planned to travel out of the country to seek greener pastures.

The police said it’s Rapid Response Squad acted on intelligence reports from victims which led to operatives lodging in the hotel for nine days to watch and monitor the activities of the suspects.

“On hearing the arrest news, some of their victims, showed up at the RRS’s Headquarters, recounting how they were duped respectively, hence their deportation from Trinidad and Tobago,” the police said in a statement on Sunday.

Adekunle Adefuye, one of the victims, told police investigators that he met the suspects through one of their agents, one Dorcas Sylver.

“She is a daughter to my brother’s pastor in Abeokuta,” Mr. Adefuye said.

“I told her my intentions and zeal to travel to United States of America

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