Alleged internet Fraudster Obi Invictus Set to Receive Jail Sentence In US Court

A Nigerian man accused of several counts of internet fraud, Obinwanne Okeke popularly known as Invictus, is set to be sentenced  by a Virginia Court in the United States of America, after being  nabbed by the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), about a year ago. 

This is coming after he plead guilty to two charges of Internet fraud that caused his victims to lose $11 Million.

 Invictus had  investments in oil and gas, agriculture, private equity, alternative energy, telecom and real estate, all  under hus company name ‘Invictus Group’.

Because he plead guilty, the second charge against him was dropped.

 Consequently, this gave him a deal with the U.S. government, which allows for him to enjoy immunity from prosecution on the same matter in the U.S. Eastern District of Virginia.

He is likely facing a 20-year jail sentence with up to $250,000 in fines amongst other punishment. 

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