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Tuesday, 11 February 2020

Nigerian, Sudanese and other Indian nationals arrested for dupping more than 200 people by offering to sell them kidneys (photo)

Banasawadi Bengaluru police arrested a six-man group, including two Sudanese nationals and a Nigerian gang, which reportedly cheated more than 200 people by promising them to purchase or sell kidney online.

Online kidney scam: Nigerian, Sudanese nationals, others arrested in India for duping over 200 people by promising to sell kidneys to them (photo)

The group claimed to be being approved by the World Health Organization (WHO) and had misappropriated the name of a hospital for super-specialists and reputed doctors to attract uninformed people looking for kidneys.

The arrested gang members have been identified as; Jatin Kumar (25) and Kami Ranjan (21) both from Bommanahalli in Bengaluru, Esene Lovely (29) from Edo State, Nigeria, Herendra Tripura (25) from Tripura, Marwan Faisal (27) from Sannr, and Mohamed Ahmed Ismail (24) from Khartoum in Sudan.

Since Dr Shafiq M M, Director of the private hospital, lodged a complaint, a senior police officer said the police has been tracking the telephone number registered on their scam website.


Recently, the scam surfaced when some individuals arrived at the hospital to seek clarification and Dr Shafiq informed the police.

During a search, police recovered, ATM cards, bank details mobile telephones and SIM cards. The gang posed as kidney seller to desperate people and also claim to buy from people who want to sell their kidneys.

The criminals often used the names of trustworthy doctors to convince victims. They reportedly received money from about 200 people ranging from 255,141.38 thousand Naira to 306,169.65 thousand naira for insurance and registration purposes.

The accused Esene Lovely, Ismail and Marwan exceed their visas. The other three used to buy SIM cards used in the scam said the police.


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