Jehu Kwasu is the son of late Anglican Bishop, James Kwasu who is a graduate of Political Science. He is currently in the police custody over fraud.

Jehu Kwasu is the son of late Anglican Bishop, James Kwasu who is a graduate of Political Science. He is currently in the police custody over fraud.

Jehu Kwasu is the son of late Anglican Bishop, James Kwasu who is a graduate of Political Science. He is currently in the police custody over fraud.

his victims includes Bishop David Oyedepo of Living Faith Church Worldwide, who he claimed gave him N500,000; the Chairman, Honeywell Group, Oba Otudeko, N1m; Admiral Ndubuisi Kanu, N500,000; businessman, Alhaji Aminu Dantata, N2m.

He collected the money from these prominent individuals under the pretense of being the Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese Bishop Kukah and lied that he was collecting the sums for internally Displaced Persons.

 “I opened a Guaranty Trust Bank account in Bishop Kukah’s name. I registered a SIM card in my name, but used Bishop Kukah’s picture on my True Caller account, so that when I call, his picture would appear (on the recipient’s phone.)” he said.

After been apprehended, only the sum of N1.7m was found in his bank account, adding that the suspect spent most of the money he made on girls and hard drugs.

Other crimes committed by suspect were also discovered during investigation as it is said that he has also exploited his father by using his name to extort money from the Kastina State Governor, Aminu Masari.

Speaking more about his tactics, the suspect said:  “I called people on the telephone and told them I was Bishop Kukah. I used his picture on my True Caller account, so that when I called people, they would think he was the one talking with them. I also obtained a passport in Bishop Kukah’s name which I used to open an account with GTB. The money I realized was paid into the account and I used an Automated Teller Machine card to withdraw it.”

And arrest him.  He is a habitual criminal and I would like to advise the public against responding to emails or phone calls from unknown persons requesting financial support for one cause or the other.”

Mustafa also called on the public to report every suspicious phone call and email to the police for investigation.

Jehu Kwasu, has narrated how he impersonated the Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Bishop Matthew Kukah and defrauded prominent Nigerians of millions of naira.

 

 

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