A Nigerian prince and his accomplice are accused of bamboozling hundreds of job seekers out of thousands of dollars by promising them high-paying jobs in New York.
The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office said Osmond Eweka, 31, a prince from the Benin royal family in Nigeria, according to reports, and a United States citizen living in New Jersey and his friend Kamel McKay, 27, pretended to run two consulting firms in Manhattan telling clients that if they paid a fee they would be placed at various jobs across New York City.
Prosecutors said some of the jobs Eweka and McKay promised their victims were for hotel housekeeping and front desk receptionists.
The men used the popular job-seeking website Indeed.com to find their victims.
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