Bisi Alimi reacts to arrest of Invictus Group CEO, Obinwanne Okeke

Bisi Alimi, the Nigerian gay rights activist, public speaker has reacted to the arrest of the CEO of Invictus Group, Obinwanne Okeke by America’s Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) over a $12 million (N4.3bn) fraud. 

Kemifilani had reported that Forbes-rated young Nigerian billionaire was arrested last week on the last day of his trip to the United States for allegedly defrauding top American companies of huge sums. 

He was accused of “stealing” $12m from a steel company by hacking into an executive’s office365 account and sending an email with a fake invoice to the purchase department. 

 In a swift reaction, Bisi Alimi said that Nigerians have a stupid fraudulent act of saying “it’s by God’s grace” when you ask them the secrets of their success. 

According to the Gay Rights activist, Obinwanne Okeke has shown that God’s grace is another word for 419. 

He wrote; “Nigerians have this stupid fraudulent act of saying “it’s by God’s grace” when you ask them the secrets of their success.
Well it is now very clear thanks to Obinwenne Okeke that god’s grace is another word for 419.
There is nothing like god’s grace, stop deceiving people. It is either you have made it through hard work, connections or family wealth, and you have a right to share your secret or not to share your secret.
Saying it is the grace of god is a fraud and you are nothing but 419! Simple!”

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