I print fake currency to train my children - 68-year-old suspect | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper

A 68-year-old suspect identified as Femi Faweya, was Tuesday paraded by the Oyo State Police Command for allegedly printing fake Nigerian currency.

The sexagenarian alongside his 42-year-old accomplice, Segun Fayose, confessed to the crime, saying they obtained a currency printing machine with which they had duped many people.

Speaking in front of newsmen at the state Police Command Headquarters, Eleyele, Ibadan, Faweya, who claimed to be a former Grade 2 teacher, said he ventured into printing fake currency because he lost N200, 000 to fraudsters.

“I also needed money to take care of my three children who are in the university.

“I have been printing N500 and N1, 000 notes with the machine in order to recoup the money I lost to fraudster.

“I live at Ijokodo in Ibadan here. I used to photocopy the materials with a photocopy machine.

“I was introduced into the business three years ago by Bayo but he is late now. He duped me of N200, 000 without doing anything for me.

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  1. Yorubas are the master minders of scam and anything fake in Nigeria...If it happens to be an igbo man now,they will all come out here and be shouting Igbo kwenu...

    1. O yes! It is the Yorubas that make the fake engine oil and fake drugs sold at Onitsha and Aba markets!

    2. I am sure you will also say it is also the Yorubas that imports container loads of expired drugs into the country, selling the same fake engine oil in Lagos traffic and use their mothers heads for money rituals, Senseless Igbo kwenu like you...

  2. U are all bastard 4 commiting a falacy,and indicting the yoruba peoples ...


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