Cyber Fraudster And Drug Dealer From Nigeria, Dan Aiyegbusi Jailed For Five Years In UK
The self-admitted Nigerian online fraudster and drug dealer, Dan Aiyegbusi has been imprisoned for a long time in the UK. Following a thorough examination by the Met’s Cyber Crime Unit (CCU), Aiyegbusi, 23, of Eastern Boulevard, Leicester, was condemned on Tuesday, 28 January, at Southwark Crown Court.
He had admitted to failing to work a day in his life and plotted with programmers in the UK and globally to launder drug money.
Aiyegbusi had recently confessed to five separate counts of illegal tax avoidance, totalling £41,150; with expectation to supply Class A cocaine (rocks) and Class B drugs (cannabis). He was likewise condemned on Tuesday, for the rocks and cannabis supply – both of these extra issues additionally having been examined by the Met’s Cyber Crime Unit.
He argued he was not guilty to three counts of illegal tax avoidance totalling £2,167,410.
During the preliminary, the court heard that before his capture by the Met’s Cyber Crime Unit for the illegal tax avoidance offenses, Aiyegbusi had been stopped by officials from Essex Police in Colchester and they saw with him 49 rocks of cocaine.
At the point when he was in detention and Met officials were researching him for the cyber wrongdoing offenses, they had the option to access other cell phones with him, which contained proof to show his association in the area lines supply of Class A cocaine.