Edo Police arrest Fake Facebook spiritualist after abducting clients

Edo Police arrest Fake Facebook spiritualist after abducting clients

A suspected Facebook spiritualist who specialized in abducting his clients has been arrested in Edo State.

The Edo State Police Command arrested Frank Johnson, 25, in Akoko, community in Akoko Edo local government area.

It was gathered that Frank and others at large opened Facebook accounts and impersonated a spiritualist providing richness and good health.

The victim approached the gang of fraudsters in Port Harcourt to pray for his employer to pay him arrears salaries after he complained that the security firm’s owner owed him for several months.

The unidentified victim was charged N45,000 for the spiritual intervention. Two weeks later, The Standard Gazette gathered, the man informed his “spiritualists” that his employer was yet to pay him despite their intervention.

Following his complaints, the fraudsters advised him to travel down to Akoko Edo for another round of spiritual intervention.

In an interview with journalists, the victim said, “I travelled to Okenne from Port Harcourt on the advice of the native doctor who then told me to take a commercial motorcycle to Akoko Community.

“They met me and took me to a riverside in a forest. Later they told me that they were not native doctors but kidnappers. They forced me to call my family members to bring money for them.

“I told them that there was no cash for now. I was threatened with a knife. The people numbering three then collected my ATM and forced the password out of me.

© Standard Gazette

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