Mr. John Adesogan is sharing his personal experience on how he got scammed, convinced to travel by road to Burkina Faso from Nigeria for job employment with one Candian Gold Company (Orezone) based in same Burkina Faso on Facebook.
All the stories and promises ended to be a scam networking program called Q-net, selling a thunder repellant and poison neutralizer.
He was seriously and heavily convinced to risk his life, abandon his family and job by one Victor Sunday Gushe (Facebook name), a long time confidant, acquaintance and family friend.
Adesogan is sharing the story in order make others learn lesson from his harsh experience, and flee any kind of offer that seems like this.
Kogi Online gathered that the man that brought Adesogan in, Victor Sunday Gushe was brought in by one Mr. Charles, running an account tagged – Micheal Sunday Joshua with United Bank for Africa (UBA) account number – 0005317615 according to Adesogan’s testimony.
We also can State that John Adesogan is safe as he was able to get his refund after serious threat with the help of his wife, Mrs. Adesogan strongly standing by him.
Follow the name “John Adesogan” on Facebook and on Twitter @AdesoganJohn for extensive details.
Attached pictures was when he was on his way and when he arrived Bobo-Dioulasso in Burkina Faso.
Coupled with documents he was supposed to sign, office of the scammers, the thunder repellant and poison neutralizer.
Kogi Online is calling on Nigerians, Nigeria Government, Burkinababes, Burkina Faso Government with security officials and humanitarian agencies and/or NGOs to help intervene and safe host of other Nigerians that are casualties of this scam.