News about Forbes-celebrated Nigerian, Obinwanne Okeke (invictus obi) being arrested by the FBI in the U.S over $12 million wire fraud has sparked reactions from Nigerians.
Obinwanne Okeke (invictus obi) after a high tech FBI investigation has been arrested in the U.S and Nigerians are shocked it was for a wire fraud as they take on their social media page to call him out.
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News about Forbes celebrated Nigerian, Obinwanne Okeke (invictusobi) being arrested by the FBI in the U.S over $12 million wire fraud has sparked reactions from Nigerians.
Obinwanne Okeke (invictusobi) after a high tech FBI investigation has been arrested in the U.S and Nigerians are shocked it was for fraud as they take on their social media page to call him out.
*** Ashey yahoo yahoo lomo naa… Ogbeni invictus obi, forbes list was getting boring, so he jumped to FBI list.
****One thing I took away from the Invictus Obi fraud is that the FBI can get any information about your online existence if they want. They can log into your email address, check your search history, check your SM pages etc. Don’t commit fraud.
There’s nothing like online privacy.
***Lesson from Invictus Obi: Don’t ENVY anyone who is on Forbes list!!
I have always questioned the criteria. From Forbes list to FBI list? Dayuuuuum Dey your dey. #invictusobi
***Invictus Obi’s holds a BA in Forensic Criminology with DISTINCTION and now he is being held for crimes he committed.
****A fraudster made Forbes Africa under 30 list and was on LSE African Summit.We have to ‘Stan’ invictus Obi at this point. He unlocked a new fraud level.
***Invictus Obi – He aspired to inspire, then decided to conspire and now he will perspire because plans don backfire and now FBI don acquire the documents whey dem go use enquire. Forbes list membership don expire and shame don catch una whey dey admire.
The entire case na wahala.
This Invictus Obi story is the reason I don't read motivational books.
— Delin Quincy. (@mistahleonard) August 17, 2019
Invictus Obi known as Obinwanne Okeke allegedly scammed over $20m from American companies.
Notably, he scammed $12m from a steel company by hacking into an executive’s office account & sending email with fake invoice to the purchase department.
— Jubril of 4+4 and God dey (@oke_olabode) August 17, 2019