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How Nigerian Criminals Across Borders Operate
…From Nigeria, With Crimes
… Fears of backlash at home make Nigerian criminal gangs to expand their operations across the world
‘Every day is for the thief, one day is for the owner,’ a loose translation of a popular Nigerian proverb meaning no matter how long or how well a thief may think he or she has perfected the art of stealing, he or she will sooner or later certainly come to grief. This proverb that has come to be accepted as a truism by many comes to mind with the recent wave of arrests or indictment of otherwise celebrated Nigerians over alleged involvement in criminal activities in different parts of the world.

On top of the pile of the shocking arrests was 31-year-old Obinwanne Okeke, popularly known as Invictus Obi. Before the sad turn, Okeke had touted himself and has also been widely regarded as one of the leading young Nigerian men making waves in the African business scene.

He claimed to be owner of multi-dollar ventures with investments in construction, agriculture, oil and gas, telecoms and real estate under his Invictus Group.
Forbes, the popular international business magazine which prides itself as a leading source for reliable business news and financial information was so enamoured of the touted achievements of Okeke at such a young age that it listed him among its ’30 Entrepreneurs Under 30 to Watch’, to watch in Africa in 2016.

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