Five Nigerians arrested for alleged cyber-crime in Bangladesh

Bangladesh on map. [Photo Credit: Operation World]
Bangladesh on map. [Photo Credit: Operation World]

Five Nigerians were arrested on Tuesday in Savar, Bangladesh, for alleged fraud and cyber-crime.

According to a report published by Bangla News 24, a news portal in Bangladesh, a team of Police Bureau of Investigation (PBI) apprehended and detained the suspects after raiding their house at Alamnagar Sugandhya Housing at Hemayutpur area.

Following a tip-off, the PBI team led by additional superintendent of police, ARM Alif, conducted the raid in the house in the afternoon.

The police also seized four laptops, 11 mobile phones, 20 SIM cards, some pen-drives and cash.

“The detained Nigerian citizens have been residing in the rented flat for a year. They are members of a syndicate who snaffled a huge amount of money alluring people with fraud,” the police said.


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  • George

    So Nigerians are also going to Bangladesh. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm Buhari God will punish you forever. AMEN

    • gibson george

      So funny George.

    • The punishment is on your brother kanu and your father ojukwu.

    • Opekete

      You need to get familiar with your own people. Nigerians have been in Bangladesh since the 1980s. I remember there was an Igbo guy who played professional soccer in Bangladesh in the 80s only I could not remember his name. I visited Dhaka in the early 80s and there were some Nigerians that were living there but majority of them were Igbo guys and they were very good guys. Some of them were students but just like you I was also surprised when I got to know that there were Nigerians living in there because Bangladesh was and still is a very poor country.

    • wonderboi

      Yes but with Jonathan and all the people who have either military of civilian who have occupied offices or office of Nigeria government since the day we gained independence from the colonial master.

  • They’re not Nigerians they’re igbo-biafra, defective products.

    • musa aliyu

      Yes o! Call the its by their name! We have nothing to do with them.