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Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Nigeria fraudster, Chibuikem Uzoma used identities of Nurse and soldier to earn an illegal £1.3m.

Another Nigerian Fraudster, That goes by the name Chibuikem Uzoma-Ubani, who has fake Identities Of Soldiers & Nurses In a £1.3m Benefits Swindle has been Jailed London early this morning.

picture of Chibuikem Uzoma-Ubani, left and mother of his two
children, Katrina Papiernikova, right

This is really bad, imagine the name this guy has given to Nigerians again, as he opened a bewildering bank accounts of more than seven hundred bank accounts.

A Nigerian man, Chibuikem Uzoma-Ubani , age 29, who is a womanising fraudster, did hijacked the identities of soldiers and nurses in a £1.3million benefits plan has today been tried and sentence to six years imprisonment.
Fraudstep Uzoma Ubani has persuaded several of his lovers to help him launder the profits from the swindle that targeted tax credits and Sure Start maternity grants allocation.

One Denisa Camacho, who is age 28, an indigene of Godmanchester, Cambridgeshire, and Katrina Papiernikova ,who is age 27, an indigene of Romford, Essex.
This woman mentioned above who had have relationships tied with Uzoma, who had arrived in the UK from Slovakia and were accused of turning a blind eye to his illegal activities.

Fraudster Uzoma Ubani, a resident of Romford, Essex, married Camacho married in 2004, after a couple of years, divorced her and married papiernikova, who had two children for him.
The women both insisted they knew nothing about his fraud activities and were both cleared of money laundering.

But a third lover Ornela Miguel, age 26, admitted that she knew what he's been doing and did not report him to the police.

Katrina Papiernikova

Uzoma Ubani and one of his accomplice, a fellow Nigerian named Leonard Nwannenah, age 33, a resident of Dagenham, Essex, had opened a ‘bewildering’ 752 bank accounts using the names of hard-working medics and members of the armed forces over a six-year period. This fraud pair have been sentenced to jailed for six years each.
While uzoma lover, Miguel was handed a three-month sentence, and suspended for 12 months.

Nwanneneh’s younger brother Okechi Nwannenah , 30, of Dagenham and Okechi’s wife Jennifer Okonkwo , 29, also allowed their bank accounts to be used to launder the fraud money and were also charge with alleged-fraud. Okechi was conditionally discharged for 18 months while for Okonkwo sentence will be announced later on.
Prosecutor Peter Finnigan QC said the gang netted at least £665,000 and would have made £1.3million had all of the bogus applications for benefit payments been successful.
The law prosecutor also added that Uzoma Ubami had 159 bank accounts, either in his name or an alias, and police seized a total of £200,000 from them.
Leonard Nwanneneh controlled at least 42 accounts and admitted he had used many more after entering the country illegally.
The total number of bank accounts was 752, used in the identity frauds,’ said Mr Finnigan .
‘Of those 752 bank accounts, 282 accounts were active accounts in that they received the proceeds of the frauds, and during the course of the investigation over £1million had passed through them’.

‘The remaining 360 or so accounts were being prepared for future frauds, but alias, the law has caught up with them.
Sentencing at The Old Bailey today Mar 6 2012,
Judge John Price said: ‘It was an extremely sophisticated fraud using three different types.
intercepting cheques,
tax credit fraud,
false maternity grants’.

Jailing Uzoma-Ubani for six years the judge said that:
I have no doubt that you were a leader of this group, who organised it and kept it running.
He went further to say that:
I will sentence you on the basis that it was sheer good luck, that you didn’t manager to acquire the full £1.3 million’.

Uzoma Ubani's third lover Ornela Miguel, left, admitted that he is involved in the money laundering, while Jennifer Okonkwo, right in the photo above, admitted she had allowed her bank account to be used to launder money.
If you have any money hidden away, the authorities will find it, and you will pay it back, or you will spend more time in prison’.
The court told them.

pictures of Uzoma Accomplices:
Leonard Nwannenah, right in the picture above, has helped Uzoma Ubani to open 752 bank accounts while his younger brother Okechi Nwannenah, left, has admitted to the charge that he had allowed his bank account to be used.
The court has Sentence Leonard Nwannenah to six years in prison.
Judge Price said that:
The worst thing about you in this case is that you got your brother and his wife involved, and for that you should feel guilty.

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