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Nigerian Prince Accused Of Scamming US Job Seekers Beg Court To Visit Nigeria (Photos)

A Nigerian royal prince charged of ripping off numerous task applicants out of countless bucks by guaranteeing them high-paying jobs showed up in Manhattan court Thursday with an unique demand.

Osmond Eweka, 31, asked a court in case for authorization to take a trip to Nigeria for the forthcoming birth of his kid. Osmond is wed to the child of Gabriel Osawaru Igbinedion, the Esama of the Benin Kingdom in Nigeria. The court will certainly establish following month whether to authorize Osmond Eweka, was charged of scamming New York task applicants out of countless bucks by guaranteeing to locate them function.

Eweka and also his pal, Kamel McKay, developed phony employment service companies and also utilized Indeed.com to locate their targets. They spoke with targets and also made them pay a charge, varying in between $300 and also $700.

The 2 guys would certainly after that send out the task applicants to services where they were averted, since the companies were not anticipating them.

Eweka begged blameless to costs of larceny and also system to rip off in July
District attorneys stated a few of the work Eweka and also McKay guaranteed their targets were for resort home cleaning and also front workdesk assistants.

According to court files, Eweka and also McKay utilized office in the Empire State Building and also one more structure on Fifth Avenue to run 2 phony employment service companies, Stamford Consulting Firm and also Howard Consulting Group.

They likewise utilized phony names, according to the New York Post.

Eweka passed the name, Sean Jackson, and also McKay apparently utilized the name, Tyrone Hayes.

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