The Rivers state police command says it has concluded investigation on the alleged duping of residents of Port Harcourt over land transaction with fake real estate agents called de-villa homes.
The police public relations officer Nnamdi Omoni told our correspondent that de-villa Kelly Nworgu has shown that he diverted money paid to him for land sales to other uses and failed to deliver on the agreements.
He said over 400 victims of the fake land sales are demanding for the return of their investment from the fraudulent land speculator.
Recall that the shorties to Kelly Nworgu had withdrawn his shorties on him after they were held in police detention for 3 weeks while Kelly Nworgu failed to appear two days after he was granted bail.
Nnamdi Omoni also clarified that a traditional ruler of the community in which the said land was allegedly purchased from had admitted to collecting 40 million from Kelly Nworgu, also to be arraigned in court with the duo is one Onome identified as aids to Kelly Nworgu who assisted him to money laundering.
The police say he will be arraigned in court later this week for 419 on charges of advanced free frauds
The police public relations officer Nnamdi Omoni also called on youth to emulate hardworking men and shun the urge for quick money.
The PPRO while receiving award from the RSU faculty of law urged the undergraduate to emulate men who have distinguish themselves from the society through hard work and not quick money and tow the path of honor.
Omoni explained that the award meant a lot to him as the law students honored him with an award.