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Fleeing Ponzi Scheme Leader, Omotade Spark, Daddy Ink, Arrested by the EFCC

Fleeing Ponzi Scheme Leader, Omotade Spark, Daddy Ink, Arrested by the EFCC

The Mastermind of a Ponzi scheme, (Inksnation) in Nigeria who was declared wanted by the EFCC in November, 2020 was arrested in Sokoto
Omotade Sparks Amos Sewanu Popularly known as Daddy Ink who is a founder cum leader of inksnation popularly known as Pinkoin was arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC 7 months after declaring him wanted. 
Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, sokoto State chapter have on Thursday arrested the Chief Executive Officer of Inksnation, Omotade Spark Amos Sewanu. Omotade Spark who is a leader of a Ponzi scheme dynasty in Nigeria, was arrested in Sokoto State on the 27th of May, 2021, after being on the run for over 7 months. 
The alleged mastermid of the Ponzi scheme was said to have defrauded Nigerians of their hard earned monies to the tune of Thirty two Million naira, and has been on the run since he was declared wanted by the EFCC in November, 2020.

Daddy Ink as he is fondly called by his followers  was alleged to have lured unsuspecting Nigerians into investing in a phony online digital currency, popularly known as Pinkoin. The investment came with a promise of good returns for life when you invest. 

Omotade, before his arrest was said to have blamed the failure of the Ponzi scheme on the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Buhari and the Central Bank Governor, Emefiele for banning the use of Cryptocurrency in the country. 
The investment in Pinkoin was said to be from 1000 naira to 100,000, with a promise of making money according to your investment. From the data gotten by our investigation, over Four Million Nigerians have invested in this Pinkoin Ponzi scheme so far.

 Omotade succeeded in luring many Nigerians into investing in the scheme with his juicy offer 

According to lindaikejisblog.com, Omotade Spark was not lincesed to operate or run any financial institution in the country. A statement released on the 27th of May, 2021 by Antigraft agency confirmed the arrest of the culprit and will be charged to court soonest.