The recent shockwave sent to Nigerians by the FBI has continued its ripple effects as many Nigerian fraudsters have started taking to their heels out of the United States. But one effect that has shocked Nigerians in the wake of the FBI probe of 77 Nigerians found wanting in an online scam in the United States is the Photo of one of the suspects currently in detention by the FBI with the newly appointed minister of the federal republic of Nigeria, Festus Keyamo (SAN). The suspect, Jerry Elo Ikogho, scammer arrested by FBI was spotted with Festus Keyamo on three different taken at three different occasions
The picture which shows that the minister, who seems to have very strong tiles with Jerry Elo Ikogho has been trending online. The picture was shared by a twitter handle known as Revolutionary Jackson Ude, with the caption:
Beware of who you call your friends, folks you don’t know their source of income and do not take pictures with people you are not too sure of. Jerry Elo Ikogho, one of the FBI indicted fraudsters, is Festus Keyamo’s friend. Am sure Oga Keyamo would have something to tell us!
Jerry Elo Ikogho was one of the 80 suspected internet fraudsters arrested by the FBI last week in the United States. This came in the wake of an earlier arrest of Nigeria’s most celebrated fraudster, whose name appeared on Forbes list as African’s youngest entrepreneur 2016, Obinwanne Okeke by the FBI some few weeks ago.
Although, Festus Keyamo has admitted having a close relationship with Jerry Elo Ikogho, a person who he described as a close family friend from childhood
Here are some of the photos as they broke the internet:
below is a copy of the tweet he shared
Beware of who you call your friends, folks you don’t know their source of income and do not take pictures with people you are not too sure of. Jerry Elo Ikogho, one of the FBI indicted fraudsters, is Festus Keyamo’s friend. Am sure Oga Keyamo would have something to tell us! pic.twitter.com/kvabG8s8O2
— Revolutionary Jackson Ude (@jacksonpbn) August 24, 2019
Meanwhile, the Presidency has reacted to the FBI arrest of 77 Nigerians for internet frauds and has strongly condemned the actions of the Nigerians arrested calling it a big scar on the face of Nigerians