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The lavish lifestyle of Nigerian fraudsters arrested in Canada (photos)

The lavish lifestyle of Nigerian fraudsters arrested in Canada (photos)

Canadian authorities have showcased the expensive lifestyles of four Canada-based Nigerians who are alleged fraudsters.

Reports claim that 45-year old Adedayo Ogundana (also known as Oladipupo Ogund), 37-year-old Adekunle Johnson Omitiran, 44-year-old Duro Akintola (also known as Michie Noah) and 47-year-old Emmanuel Salako (also known as Gee Salaq) are into credit card theft and mail pilfering.

These four are at the center of a riveting police investigation of frauds running into several millions of dollars. Sources say they spend monies gotten from their fraudulent activities to live lavish lifestyles.

PHOTOS: Lavish lifestyle of Canada-based alleged Nigerian fraudsters

Items seized during the investigation include 37 stolen credit cards, hundreds of pieces of presumably stolen mail, and a number of notebooks containing the personal information of at least 5,000 GTA residents.

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Police also found $39,000 in cash, $310,000 worth of watches and about $390,000 worth of clothing, jewelry, accessories and liquor.

See some of the items recovered from them below:

PHOTOS: Lavish lifestyle of Canada-based alleged Nigerian fraudsters
PHOTOS: Lavish lifestyle of Canada-based alleged Nigerian fraudsters
PHOTOS: Lavish lifestyle of Canada-based alleged Nigerian fraudsters

Adekunle Johnson Omitiran. Photo: The Star

PHOTOS: Lavish lifestyle of Canada-based alleged Nigerian fraudsters

This sweater which cost $10,000 was seized by police Photo: City News

PHOTOS: Lavish lifestyle of Canada-based alleged Nigerian fraudsters

World’s most expensive mens cologne over $1000 for tiny bottle Photo: City-News

PHOTOS: Lavish lifestyle of Canada-based alleged Nigerian fraudsters
PHOTOS: Lavish lifestyle of Canada-based alleged Nigerian fraudsters
PHOTOS: Lavish lifestyle of Canada-based alleged Nigerian fraudsters

Wow!

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