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A scammer from Sierra Leone has been captured by Guinean police.

 


The person in the picture is actually Abdulai Jalloh, despite the fact that he is identified as a lecturer from Njala University under the name of Dr. Kanu.

In early January of this year, he posted in a WhatsApp group in Kambia that he had scholarship chances and could help people acquire government pin codes, among other things, but that the offer was only valid for those from the South and east.  

Someone sent him NLe1,500 for overseas study without realizing he was a scammer.  The scammer claimed that the entire application process for the scholarship cost 3,000 New Leone. 

Later, the contacted person realized that he was not who he had been representing himself to be, and he immediately blocked the victim of his syndicate. 

He once more perpetrated the same crime against Molai, another individual, and someone else.  In the pretense of an international scholarship, he demanded 3000 New Leones from each person. He accepted the cash and fled without telling them where he was. 

The men tracked the con artist who was posing as a university instructor using a woman. 

Online, the woman proposed to him romantically. The conman then had to send the woman a transportation fare and instruct her to meet him in Kambia. The woman and the two men he had conned left Freetown for Kambia. When they got there, the woman who had been hired to track him dialed the fraudster.

When he got the call, he instructed the woman to meet him in Forecariah, Guinea. The woman and the two men traveled there on a motorcycle. The two men luckily caught him red-handed and took him to the closest police station in Forecariah.


He is currently in police custody, but the two men went to the Interpol office in Gbalamuya this morning with Sgt. Moses Bangura, who is a member of the Gbalamuya office of Interpol. 

The Guinean authorities have  asked for a letter of official confirmation that would attest to the fact that the criminal is needed in Sierra Leone.

To obtain the letter from the Interpol chief in Freetown, the guys have  traveled to Freetown. 


Comments

  1. This man did the same thing to me he desive to be in presen

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  2. He was d same Jalloh pretending to be NJALA Lectural clamming that he will make us have scholarship as a first year student,eleven of us took loan just to grab that opportunity of having scholarship because some of us come from a very poor home, he never returned our money neither dou we have d scholarship . But God will juge him for us am mariama from Bo NJALA student

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  3. This is the Same man that fraud us that he has the opportunity to give scholarships to students and he even claim that he is a lecture from Njala university,he needs to be dealt with seriously he is a criminal man.

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  4. This guy is a big time con . He scammed me and my brother over NLE 7,000 with the pretext of giving scholarship to young people we were trying to help @ Njala, IPAM and MMTU in Sierra Leone . I was trying to get hold of him but he thinks he was so smart. Wish he rots in Jail.

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  5. He also called himself Melvin, that guy is a fraud

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