Sunday, 26 November 2017 10:55

Chukwuma, the igbo njakiri king

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My perception of Chukwuma Agwunobi is that he is a useful idiot. I did not see him as capable of stealing.

I have seen him once. In real life he is as quiet as a dove. He did not say a word during the over one hour he and I sat down with Pamela Mojekwu in her hotel. Pamela, my wife and I did all the talking. Chukwuma sat there, timid, shy and, apparently, afraid to say a word.

Apparently, he is one of those persons who in public do not say much but in the safety of their room talk a lot via their computer key board!

However, the moment I got home he called me. Thereafter, he called me, sometimes ten times a day.  He would call to gossip and try to bias my mind about other Nigerians. I told him that I am an adult and ought to be able to make my own judgement about people without going along with what he says about them.

For example, he regaled me with stories of how Bolaji Aluko flunked out Igbo students at his school, Howard University. I told him that I have talked to Bolaji in person and my perception of him is that he is a very caring person. I did not see any evidence of malice in him. Oh, he is quite capable of fighting back. Igbos at Nigerian Internet forums, on a daily basis, verbally abuse him and he sometimes returns fire with fire but his nature is to do science and engineering; he is more at home with facts, providing objective answers to questions.

I told Chukwuma that I do not agree with his perception of Bolaji. He kept at it trying to prejudice my mind so I decided not to pick up his phone calls. He called and after about a week he quit calling. Thereafter, he resumed his yabis of me at Nigerian Internet forums.

Psychologically, I assessed Chukwuma as passive aggressive, a shy, timid boy who is lacking in self-confidence. Given his mad dog pattern of writing I ruled out hypomania (near mania, as in Bipolar Affective Disorder).

On the whole, I concluded that he is a barking dog that does not bite. I do not take him seriously.  However, hearing what he tried doing to Joseph Igietseme raises my antenna. I suspect that Joseph is telling the truth, that Chukwuma was trying to scam him?

So, Brother Chukwuma have you joined the nebulous one, the scammer? Nebu is a thief (even you, Chukwuma, called him a 419 scammer). He is a scammer and 419 crook.

He called my daughter and told her that he is my friend. He talked her up and having gained her confidence told her that he would like to put some money into her bank account. He asked her to give him her bank account and that he would put millions of dollars into it. He also asked her to give him her social security number and driver's license.

She could not believe what the thief is asking her to do. She may seem a naïve American girl but she certainly has heard about Nigerian 419 scammers.  She said that she will think about it and called me. I asked her to get his number.

Of course, he had given her a false name (as he gives all of us false names) and had called her from a pay phone.

I told her to play along with him and the next time he calls her for her to give the number to the police and let them trace him and grab the criminal. He did call again but a trace of the phone number showed that it is a public phone number.

That is how this thief in our midst works. He uses different public phones to call the people he wants to scam. He calls people's employers telling them to fire you or telling them that you hate his Igbo people (the people he talks to could not understand a word he was saying for his accent is so igbonkwoish, so thick that typical Americans wouldn't understand him).

In my case, they asked for his name and phone number and the type of work he does. He knew that the jig is up and hung up.

I was immediately told about a call from a person they suspect is a Nigerian. This scam artist is the embodiment of evil; imagine him trying to get one fired from one's job; he is an amoral savage, a head hunter, a heap of shit.

Anyway, brother Chukwuma, have you joined the ghost in scamming people? E tu Brutus? You, too, Chukwuma?

Are Igbos born with criminality in their genes?

I see that you have been outed by Joseph; like the ghost you write several epistles trying to explain your motive for asking him to send money to your doctor friend in Nigeria; each time you write your ego defensive stuff you dig the hole deeper and need to stop digging.

You are doing what the thief, Nebu, does. When he is caught he writes his pompous malapropism and thinks that in so doing he has hoodwinked folks into seeing him as not capable of being a thief.

He is a thief and will be so in my eyes until he dies, which actually will be soon!

The Mbaise Idiot went to elementary school and then did a couple of years of typing training (Ejekom typing school, Igbos call such commercial schools) and obtained a job at a law office and while there picked up knowledge of some legal terms. Then he applied for Visa Lotto and got it.

Currently, he works as a security guard but tells folks that he is an attorney. An attorney who verbally abuses people must have gone to law school at Onitsha market...all lawyers take a course on professional ethics and cannot insult people, for that gives their professions a bad name, public disrepute.

The faceless coward exists to degrade people by writing nasty lies about them, and since what we do to others is done to us, so he must be degraded.

Well, Chukwuma, have you, too, decided to do what the ghost does?

I would advise you not to do so. I am sure that the money you make as a retired mechanic is enough to sustain you so that you do not have to resort to scamming people.

Please cease and desist from walking the criminal path. Continue being your loud motor mouth self, the Njakiri king of Nigerian Internet forums but do not walk the criminal path, okay!

Do not continue the trend of making the world see Igbos as criminals. I beg you not to go there.

Ozodiobi Osuji

November 24, 2017


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Ozodi Osuji Ph.D

Ozodi Thomas Osuji is from Imo State, Nigeria. He obtained his PhD from UCLA. He taught at a couple of Universities and decided to go back to school and study psychology. Thereafter, he worked in the mental health field and was the Executive Director of two mental health agencies. He subsequently left the mental health environment with the goal of being less influenced by others perspectives, so as to be able to think for himself and synthesize Western, Asian and African perspectives on phenomena. Dr Osuji’s goal is to provide us with a unique perspective, one that is not strictly Western or African but a synthesis of both. Dr Osuji teaches, writes and consults on leadership, management, politics, psychology and religions. Dr Osuji is married and has three children; he lives at Anchorage, Alaska, USA.

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