Comments on: Britons Charged With Visa Fraud First with Nigeria News - Nigerian leading evening Newspaper - Wed, 15 Apr 2015 09:14:27 +0000 hourly 1 By: Talcho Mon, 02 Apr 2012 14:40:24 +0000 I happen to be privy to this information, because a friend of mine has done lots of business with the company, and also have a friend who is a staff of the company. I can authoritatively tell you that this is an old story, a lie cooked up by a failed and embittered Nigerian Businessman, who wants others to go down with him.

For your information, the High Court has already ruled that there is no case to bring against C2S Nigeria, and that the charges were actually fraudulent. This is purely a propaganda to disrepute a foreign company who has invested so heavily in Nigeria and has provided employments for 14 Nigerians (graduates & non-graduates), & is also involved in charity projects, and other community development projects as part of her corporate social responsibility.

It is so unfortunate that some unscrupulous and selfish Nigerian Businessmen and so called ‘Big Boys’, would because of their own greed want to sabotage any sincere efforts to develop the Nigerian economy, and as a result, jeopardize the opportunities of helpless Nigerians

This is simply a propaganda! Fellow Nigerians, you will do well to find out the truth before you make comments. Let’s not be fooled; to the one who is pure, all things are pure. It is just a matter of time, truth will catch up with lies and the law with the law-breakers.

By: freedom Fri, 30 Mar 2012 11:15:17 +0000 They should investigate the sponsor (the source), one Otunba of that false untrue story…. Be very careful before writing such stories without confirming the facts.
the high court dismissed that case.
we better not watch it BBC AS THIS GUYS DID NOTHING WRONG.

By: Reclining Garden Chairs Thu, 29 Mar 2012 11:37:27 +0000 This is a very serious offence.You will never watch this on BBC