The cops are also looking for another Nigerian who is missing. His name is Bello. (Have they looked Bello the bed?) Bello’s wife Kim Srey Khouch confessed to the cops that she opened several bank accounts in Phnom Penh on behalf of the Nigerians. These were used to launder money from the USA. Kim Srey Khouch has been released.
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same with being stupid like this twat
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It's a Cambodian prison, not a US penitentiary. Prisoners can have conjugal visits arranged and you can even get out for the night if you pay enough. He doesn't exactly look like the sort of guy who'd be in huge demand anyway plus there are a whole lot of Nigerian brothers in there already.
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Like the spoilt child she is, she will not be happy till she destroys herself from within and breaks your heart.
It's probably the Nigerian brothers that he needs to worry about.John Bingham wrote: ↑Mon Dec 04, 2017 6:40 pmHe doesn't exactly look like the sort of guy who'd be in huge demand anyway plus there are a whole lot of Nigerian brothers in there already.
http://www.freshnewsasia.com/index.php/ ... 25-54.html
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13 June 2018
A Nigerian businessman was jailed for a year yesterday for laundering more than $900,000 in Cambodia. Goodluck Omogiade, 35, was convicted of the offence in Phnom Penh Municipal Court.
Judge Kov Sao said Mr Omogiade was arrested on December 1, 2017, in Phnom Penh.
Interior Ministry anti-terrorism and transnational crimes police detained the clothes vendor after he sent his Cambodian wife to withdraw more than $900,000 from a local bank.
“The court sentenced him to a year in prison,” Mr Kov Sao said.
Seng Pesith, an officer with the anti-terrorism and transnational crimes police, said Mr Omogiade’s wife’s name was Kim Srey Khuoch.
In 2013, Mr Omogiade and a Nigerian friend named Bello asked Ms Srey Khuoch to open an account with a bank in Phnom Penh to receive money transferred from friends living in the US.
On December 1, 2017, Mr Omogiade and Mr Bello told Ms Srey Khuoch to withdraw the money from her account for them.
https://www.khmertimeskh.com/50500147/m ... -one-year/
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