Nigerian man faces 20 times imprisonment in US for fraud and plutocrat laundering

A Nigerian public who was criminated in April 2021 in connection with a large fraud and plutocrat laundering scheme is facing 20 timesimprisonment after contending shamefacedbefore a United States jury on Tuesday, January 11, 2022.

Nigerian man faces 20 times imprisonment in US for fraud and plutocrat laundering



According to court documents and statementsmade in connection with the plea hail, Kenneth Emeni, 29, a citizen of Nigeria abiding in Martinsburg, was involved from at least August 2017 to October 8, 2020, with Kenneth Ogudu, also known as Kenneth Lee, John Nassy, Romello Thorpe, Oluwagbenga Harrison, Ouluwabamishe Awolesi, and others in a plutocrat laundering conspiracy that took placein Huntington and away.
Emeni lived in Huntington from August 2017 to December 2019. As part of the scheme, Emeni’sco-conspirators created online false personas and communicated victims via dispatch, textbook messaging or online courtingand social media websites in order to inducethe victims into believing they were in a romantic relationship, fellowship or businessrelationship with colorful false personas.

The victims were converted to shoot plutocratfor a variety of false and fraudulent reasons for the benefit of the false personas.
Emeni’s part in the conspiracy was to let victimstransfer plutocrat to his bank account that he knew was from unlawful exertion.

Emeni admitted that after the victimsfinanceswere deposited into his account, he kept some of the plutocrat for himself and encouragedsome of the plutocrat to hisco-conspirators via line transfers or Zelle.
Emeni entered roughly$ from hisco-conspirators’transfers and transferred roughly$ to hisco-conspirators during the plutocratlaundering conspiracy. Emeni further admittedthat he and hisco-conspirators transferred largetotalities of their fraud proceeds to coastalaccounts. From 2018 until 2020, Emeni transferred over$ to accounts in Nigeria and Ghana.

Emeni faces up to 20 times in captivity when he's doomed on April 11, 2022. As part of his plea agreement, Emeni agreed to pay$ in reparation.
United States Attorney Will Thompson madethe advertisement and confided the investigative work of the United States Secret Service, the United States Postal Inspection Service, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation-Office of Inspector General (FDIC-OIG), the West Virginia State Police and the South Charleston Police Department.

United States District Judge RobertC. Chambers presided over the hail. Assistant United States AttorneysR. Gregory McVey and Kathleen Robeson are handling the execution.