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The name Emmanuel Nwude is synonymous with extortion in Nigeria. In spite of the fact that he is presently a titled boss and an extremely persuasive individual in his group, he made his name by setting a record as the driving force of one of the greatest bank cheats on the planet to date. 

Individuals like Emmanuel Nwude had for quite a while given Nigeria an awful name abroad. Their reality is the universe of 419, the term prominently used to depict fraudsters who gather cash for imaginary arrangements. 

In the 419 universe of Nwude's time, names like Ade Bendel, Fred Ajudua, and Maurice Ibekwue were unbelievable. 

At once, Ibekwue even attempted to wash his picture by purchasing his way to the Federal House of Representatives. He turned into a honest to goodness administrator. 

In any case, all the 419 bosses set up together never approached the size of Nwude's trick. When Emmanuel Nwude and his assistants were done, they had tore a Brazilian bank of $242 million. 

The Bank, Banco Noroeste, was one of the greatest banks in Brazil and South America. In any case, it didn't survive the loss of that cash. It crumbled. 

Incidentally, Emmanuel Nwude utilized a portion of the returns of that trick to purchase around 40% of Union Bank of Nigeria shares. That made him the single biggest investor of the bank. This gave him the privilege to sit on the top managerial staff of the bank 

The man who sold an imaginary air terminal 

In different articles about Emmanuel Nwude, the strong feature is about how he sold a phony airportto a Brazilian. This is in an offered to connect the trick to one of the greatest cheats ever. 

In 1925, Victor Lustig, an expert swindler could persuade two individuals to pay him $200,000 to purchase the well known Eiffel Tower in Paris. He ended up noticeably known as the man who sold the Eiffel Tower. 

Emmanuel Nwude, however, never endeavored to pitch an air terminal to Nelson Sagakuchi, the executive of the Brazilian bank who enabled his voracity to show signs of improvement of him. 

What he was sold was an agreement from the Ministry of Aviation to fabricate an Airport. 

In any case, Nwude did not act alone. He was only the driving force of the trick that occurred overa time of three years. 

Many banks in five mainlands were included. The backstabbers likewise incorporated a few Indians, Europeans, and Nigerians 

How it began 

Nelson Sagakuchi, the executive of remote operations of his bank was on a business outing to Nigeria in 1996. His companion, Dr. Hakim Ukeh acquainted him with three individuals who Sagakuchi accepted were top Nigerian managing an account authorities. 

Top on the rundown was Emmanuel Nwude who acted like the Governor of the Central Bank, Paul Ugwuma. Ikechukwu Anajemba mimicked the Deputy Governor responsible for Foreign Operations. 

Amaka Anajemba, the spouse of Ikechukwu, imitated another high positioning Central Bank official. 

Every one of them assumed their parts to flawlessness. At any rate it was sufficient to persuade Nelson Sagakuchi that he was managing genuine Nigerian bank authorities. 

At that point they pitched to him the possibility of an agreement to assemble an air terminal. He was guaranteed the agreement was his. 

So he headed back home with the information he had won one of the greatest contracts in Africa's greatest oil maker. 

How the trick unfurled 

Back in Brazil, Sagakuchi went to work to support the phony contract. 

As indicated by guidelines from Nwude and accomplices, he exchanged cash from his bank's seaward records to banks in Switzerland. 

It is on record that the aggregate of $242 million was not paid without a moment's delay. It was paid in little tranches over a time of three years from 1995 to 1997. 

Emmanuel Nwude 

Nelson Sagakuchi 

To begin with, Sagakuchi was required to pay cash to finance the agreement. Which he did. The primary portion was $1.2 million paid in August 1995. 

To get Sagakuchi to pay more cash after the air terminal had been 'finished', the swindlers concocted a detailed story. 

In the arrangement they sold to him, his bank is qualified for over $180 million. This gigantic aggregate was clearly because of the disappointment of the Nigerian Government to satisfy its own piece of the deal. 

As indicated by the message, different contractual workers would be paid different entireties of cash as well. Sagakuchi thought everything. 

Be that as it may, to get that $180 million, he needed to pay maybe a couple charges to clear a few obstacles. That was the means by which, for around three years, he continued paying little adds up to fix 'government authorities, clear bureaucratic bottlenecks, and encourage the handling of the money. 

Emmanuel Nwude and his group kept concocting new stories to get Sagakuchi to send more cash. At a point, they revealed to him the sum because of him due to delays had swelled to over $380 million. 

Sagakuchi couldn't help himself. He had contributed so much he simply needed to continue sending cash to get that immense pay check. 

He found past the point of no return it was a detailed trick after he had sent near $200 million of his bank's cash to the Nigerians and their associates the world over 

The last installments were wire exchanges of $4.75 million and $1.35 million to organizations controlled by Nwude and his accomplices. This was in late October 1997.


Emmanuel Nwude 

Nelson Sagakuchi 

To begin with, Sagakuchi was required to pay cash to finance the agreement. Which he did. The primary portion was $1.2 million paid in August 1995. 

To get Sagakuchi to pay more cash after the air terminal had been 'finished', the swindlers concocted a detailed story. 

In the arrangement they sold to him, his bank is qualified for over $180 million. This gigantic aggregate was clearly because of the disappointment of the Nigerian Government to satisfy its own piece of the deal. 

As indicated by the message, different contractual workers would be paid different entireties of cash as well. Sagakuchi thought everything. 

Be that as it may, to get that $180 million, he needed to pay maybe a couple charges to clear a few obstacles. That was the means by which, for around three years, he continued paying little adds up to fix 'government authorities, clear bureaucratic bottlenecks, and encourage the handling of the money. 

Emmanuel Nwude and his group kept concocting new stories to get Sagakuchi to send more cash. At a point, they revealed to him the sum because of him due to delays had swelled to over $380 million. 

Sagakuchi couldn't help himself. He had contributed so much he simply needed to continue sending cash to get that immense pay check. 

He found past the point of no return it was a detailed trick after he had sent near $200 million of his bank's cash to the Nigerians and their associates the world over 

The last installments were wire exchanges of $4.75 million and $1.35 million to organizations controlled by Nwude and his accomplices. This was in late October 1997. 

Respect among hoodlums 

A portion of the installments by Sagakuchi wound up in organizations controlled by Anajemba and his significant other Amaka. In any case, when the time had come to dispatch some portion of the plunder to Nwude, the spouse and husband twosome endeavored to play a quick one by won't. 

A man-chase for the Anajembas was started. Toward the end, Ikechukwu was killed in October 1998 on his way to his town. His better half could remain alive by purchasing security from the Police. The Police protected her and her Enugu home 247. 

Emmanuel Nwude is as yet Unrepentant 

The narrative of how Emmanuel Nwude duped a Brazilian bank is as yet being told and never gets old. 

He was captured, attempted and indicted by the Nuhu Ribadu-drove EFCC amid Obasanjo's administration. He and his partners were made to relinquish a huge number of dollars to the Brazilian bank. 

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Amaka Anajemba at her trial 

Their properties and resources around the globe were seized and sold to collect the cash to discount the bank. 

Emmanuel Nwude is currently out of prison. Two years back, he dragged the EFCC to court to implement his essential human rights. 

As indicated by him, he was indicted under a law that did not exist in Nigeria. Hence, he needs his benefits and properties returned. The case is still in court. 

In the interim, Amaka Anajemba, one of the main on-screen characters in the trick, in the wake of serving her prison sentence, has skiped back. She is currently the Managing Director/CEO of Enugu State Waste Management Agency (ESWAMA). 



This is her reward for utilizing her impressive riches to help the present Governor amid his battle.

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