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​Nigerian man based in Germany loses N34m 8years life savings to ‘Lagos wharf rats’

A Nigerian man Chinedu Onyebuchi who is based in Bremen, Germany has reportedly suffered a great loss.
Chinedu allegedly lost all his life savings of about €85,000 which is N34million after it was stolen at The Nigeria Wharf.
Chinedu Onyebuchi in a chat with Diaspora Reporters narrated how sad he was to lose all after working hard for over eight years which he spent in Dutchland.

According to him, the luggage where the money was hidden was shipped to Lagos, Nigeria via a Volkswagen golf wagon which has motor engine parts and some used items in it.

Nigerian man based in Germany loses €85,000(N34million) 8years life savings to ‘Lagos wharf rats’

He narrated how he was left in shambles after his agent Mr Sunday Anayo narrated that his consignment had been vandalised by port miscreants otherwise known as wharf rats.
Chinedu noted that he didn’t believe the story at first not until he got to the wharf to see for himself. It was understood that he wanted to use the money in building a shopping complex in Ajangbadi a suburb of Lagos.

Nigerian man based in Germany loses €85,000(N34million) 8years life savings to ‘Lagos wharf rats’

However, what prompted Chinedu to transport such a huge sum and how he came into the country is still unclear as at the time of filing this report.

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