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Fake UK Care Jobs: Nigerian In Canada Scams Job Seekers

A Nigerian man in Canada, Kayode Stephen, has been caught in a big scam. He tricked people into paying a lot of money for jobs in the UK that didn’t exist. This story is a warning for everyone looking for jobs abroad.

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Fake UK Care Jobs: Nigerian In Canada Scams Job Seekers

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Alert: Nigerians Tricked by Fake UK Care Job Offers

A Nigerian man in Canada, Kayode Stephen, has been caught in a big scam. He tricked people into paying a lot of money for jobs in the UK that didn’t exist. This story is a warning for everyone looking for jobs abroad.

The Dream of Working in the UK

Many Nigerians want to work in the UK as care workers. These are jobs where you help people with their daily life, like eating and medical care. Some work in homes for the elderly, and others help people in their own homes.

The Big Lie: Certificate of Sponsorship

To get these jobs, you need a special paper called a Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS). It’s supposed to show you have a job in the UK. But Kayode Stephen lied to people about this.

What Kayode Stephen Did

  • False Promises: He told people he could get them the CoS if they paid him money.
  • Fake Papers: After getting the money, he gave them fake CoS papers.
  • Big Problems: People who used these fake papers got into serious trouble, like being banned from the UK for 10 years.

Stories of People Who Lost Money

  • Anjola’s Story: She paid £12,000 for her boyfriend to get a CoS. He got a fake one and can’t go to the UK for 10 years.
  • Adekoya’s Regret: He paid £8,000 and got nothing.
  • Ojelabi’s Broken Dream: He paid over N7 million to move to the UK with his wife. He never got the CoS.

The Bigger Picture

This scam is more than just losing money. It’s about dreams being crushed and trust being broken. People believed Stephen because he seemed to know a lot about the UK. But now he’s gone, leaving people with no money and no job.

Table: The Cost of the Scam

VictimAmount LostWhat HappenedAnjola£12,000Boyfriend banned from UKAdekoya£8,000Got nothingOjelabiN7,162,500Couldn’t move to UK

What We Should Learn

This story teaches us to be careful when looking for jobs in other countries:

In Short

Kayode Stephen’s scam is a big warning for people looking for jobs in other countries. Be careful and don’t believe everything you hear.

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