Nigerian Man Arrested, For Allegedly Duping Close To 100 Indian People

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 A Nigerian man identified as Igwe  Festus Abraham, aged 43 years, has been arrested for allegedly duping more than 90 persons in India.
 According to Indian Express reports: Mr. Abraham, a resident of Malviya Nagar in Delhi, was arrested by the Cyber-crime Cell of Pune Police.
 Unfortunately, he was caught on Thursday after traces from his phone number and bank accounts which he used for communication , the police team reported that he had over 14 bank accounts in various banks and that he duped more than 90 people.
 This can be referenced to the popular saying that says "99 days for the thief, 1 day for the owner."
 He was caught after deceiving after deceiving a woman through mail that she had won a lottery and it demanded several payments to his bank account, before the lottery would be given to her.
 How He Was Caught: He was noticed as a fraudster, when the woman tried to make the final payments of the initial payments that he said was needed for the processing but while the woman tried paying, it bounced several times.
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