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How A Nigerian Man Fooled Germany For €1.5 Million

In Germany, a Nigerian man did something really sneaky. He tricked the government and got a lot of money, about €1.5 million. This story is about how he did it and what’s happening now.

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How A Nigerian Man Fooled Germany For €1.5 Million

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In Germany, a Nigerian man did something really sneaky. He tricked the government and got a lot of money, about €1.5 million. This story is about how he did it and what’s happening now.

Who is “Mr. Cash Money”?

Jonathan A., from Nigeria, lives in Germany. He shows off a rich life on social media and calls himself “Mr. Cash Money.” But he’s been doing something wrong to get all this money.

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Jonathan A. with his Mercedes is now also on his property in Nigeria. Photo: Instagram

What Did He Do?

  • Pretending to be a Dad: He said he was the father of 24 kids. This made him get a lot of money from the government.
  • Getting Money: Every month, he got about €22,000 for these kids.
  • Living Big: Even though he was supposed to be poor, he lived like a rich man, with fancy cars and all.
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Excerpt from a video: At a funeral, Mr Cash Money throws banknotes around. Photo: Instagram

The Problem in German Law

In Germany, if you say you’re a kid’s dad, you can get money for them. This rule is good for helping families, but some people, like Jonathan, use it to cheat.

What’s Happening Because of This

  • Big Cheating Problem: This kind of cheating costs Germany a lot of money, like billions of euros.
  • No Punishment: Right now, if you lie about being a dad, you don’t get in trouble.

Germany’s Reaction

After finding out about this, the people in charge in Germany are trying to make new rules to stop this from happening again. But it’s hard because they want to protect people’s privacy too.

Quick Look at Jonathan’s Scam

What He DidDetails
Fake Name“Mr. Cash Money”
Kids He Claimed24
Money Every MonthAbout €22,000
How He LivesVery fancy, with expensive cars
The Rule He UsedGerman law about kids and citizenship
“Mr Cash Money is coming home” is the English title on the photo. Jonathan A. lives so luxuriously in his homeland
Photo: Instagram
“Mr Cash Money is coming home” is the English title on the photo. Jonathan A. lives so luxuriously in his homeland Photo: Instagram

What This Means

This story shows there’s a big problem with how Germany handles these things. They need to be more careful about who gets money and why.

What Should Change

  • Tougher Rules: Germany should make it harder to cheat like this.
  • Keep Better Records: They need a way to check if someone is really a kid’s dad.
  • Make Cheating a Crime: People who lie about being a dad should get in trouble.

In Conclusion

Jonathan A.’s trick shows that Germany needs to fix some things. They need to stop people from cheating and make sure the money goes to the right people.

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