President Jonathan couldn’t save this British fraudster from getting jailed (READ)

by Kolapo Olapoju

Mark Ware, a fraudster from Sutton Coldfield, who scammed victims in a £160,000 (N43,025,450) con, couldn’t avoid jail despite hinging his hope solely on the shoulder of Nigeria’s President, Goodluck Jonathan.

50-year-old Ware defrauded his clients when he continued trading, even after his construction empire went belly up.

When he was to be sentenced in June, he claimed he would be able to pay back the with the help of Jonathan, who was deciding whether to give the firm which employed him, a two hundred million dollar contract, from which Ware stood to gain a £2 million bonus.

Judge Mary Stacey of the Birmingham Crown Court had delayed sentencing but was told today, 2 September, that the deal had still not been sealed, which prompted her to hand him a 2-year jail term.

She said that the defendant had been utterly reckless in the way he dealt with the victims. “You have swung us along for many months with the hope and expectation of being put into funds so that people could be paid back,” she added.

He admitted being guilty to three charges of VAT fraud and two of fraudulent trading.

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