Group vows to submit petition against alleged serial fraudster, blackmailer

Lagos—A group, the Center For Value Protection And Morals (CVP), has called on the general public and the Independent Corrupt Practices & Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) to beware of the alleged obnoxious activities of one Chijioke Alexander Orji.

In a statement signed by its Chairman, Pastor Ombe Christopher, the group while accusing Orji of serial fraud, racketeering and blackmail, asserted that individuals like him are responsible for the free fall of morals and values in the country.

They accused Orji of “brandishing fake academic (first degree) certificates procured through the black market in Benin Republic, blackmail of top companies and individuals for money and serial fraud which led to his sack at NAPIMS and his forced resignation at Seven Oceans Oil and Gas.”

Other allegations levelled against Orji include, “claiming to have gotten  a PGD in Marketing from the Prince2 PMP course, a small check confirms they don’t offer PGD certificates but regular certificates of attendance and crowd sourcing funds from the unsuspecting public on the grounds his wife is terminally ill, when, in fact, his wife had left him 6 years ago and is now doing well abroad.”

They further alleged that he “claims to be the Director-General of the Center For the Protection of Nigerians In Diaspora, a group that doesn’t exist anywhere.

“Flaunting of the fake website, it has been used to defraud people and doesn’t exist.”

While sympathizing with its clients that may have fallen victim to the antics of Orji, the CVP vowed to submit a petition to the Department of State Services (DSS) and other security agencies.

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