Taofeek Oluwashola Kazeem Ajisafe -and- Mark Adijum Latif, currently under arrest in Ghana

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Taofeek Oluwashola Kazeem Ajisafe -and- Mark Adijum Latif, currently under arrest in Ghana


Unread post by Secret Squirrel » Tue Mar 01, 2016 2:59 pm

Taofeek Oluwashola Kazeem Ajisafe -and- Mark Adijum Latif, currently under arrest in Ghana

Scammer's known aliases : Benjamin Osei, Benjamin Kwame, Royal Maalow Mining Co.,

Scammer's known telephone numbers : 233540751809,

Taofeek Oluwashola Kazeem Ajisafe
http://www.globalvillagedirectory.info/ ... ss-content
Royal Maalow Mining Co.Ltd, Ghana
Mining is our business
We are local miners located in Ghana,hoping to do business with companies and individuals from anywhere in the world.
Benjamin Kwame
Tel: +233540751809
Benjamin Kwame
Admin Officer at Royal Maalow Mining Co.LTD
Columbus, Ohio Area
Mining & Metals

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/oluwashola- ... 59/654/258
Oluwashola Ajisafe
Gold miners Los Angeles, California (Greater Los Angeles Area)
Mining & Metals
Current: Mining at Royal Maalow Inc
http://www.newtimesgh.com/police-arrest ... -a-german/
Police Arrest Two Nigerians For Defrauding A German
Two Nigerians have been arrested by the police for defrauding a German of an amount of 248,157.91 Euros and 350,000 pounds.
The two, who pretended to be Ghanaians, are Mark Adijum Latif, alias Mark Adjei Tofic, 56 and Oluwashola Ajisafe alias Benjamin K. Osei, 43.
Briefing the media in Accra yesterday, the Greater Accra Regional Police Commander, Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCOP) Christian Tetteh Yohuno, said between the years 2011 and 2012, the suspects and their accomplices who claimed to be gold miners, lured Waltraus Wiescent, a German, into Ghana to do mining.

According to him, the suspects told the victim that one of their colleagues in the mining business had been arrested by the police for mining without permit, and that they needed 375,000 Euros for his release and to obtain mining permit from the minerals commission.

He said the suspects then showed the victim two boxes alleged to be containing gold worth $120 million and cash of $125million.
DCOP Yohuno said the suspects later gave their bank account numbers to the victim through which she paid the said amount, adding that after the suspects collected the money, they failed to honour their word.

The police arrested the suspects on July 5, at the Kotoka International Airport at about 2 p.m., and have since been detained for further investigations. He advised foreigners who wish to do business in Ghana to contact their embassies rather than contacting individuals.
- See more at: http://www.newtimesgh.com/police-arrest ... yILGT.dpuf

Author of the article - Agnes Opoku Sarpong

Scammers Oluwashola Ajisafe on the left and Mark Adijum Latif on the right. Both are currently under arrest in Ghana


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