Two Nigerians have been listed in a line-up of 10 wanted alleged con artists in the UK.
Details of the alleged criminals published on Tuesday by City of London Police and the National Crime Agency, alleged that Nigerian Alexia Thomas, 43, supplied false immigration documents to people wanting to become British citizens. It also said that she advertised online, claiming to be a professor and selling documents for around £300 each.
Thomas uses alias such as Professor Thomas, Professor Summers, Martha Peterson and Alexia Bridget to defraud her victims.
She’s also used Elizabeth and Lizzy, with the surnames Henz; Ikuwe-Henz; Iheyen; Ikue-Henz; Ihenyue; Ikwue; Herz and Ihenyen.
Another Nigerian, Bayo Lawrence Anoworin, 41, is wanted by Lincolnshire Police in connection with fraud offences and money laundering.
The report stated that he was part of an organised crime group that defrauded a number of NHS Trusts in the UK and Guernsey. The group allegedly stole and laundered 12 million Pounds between January 2011 and July 2012.
The report stated that Anoworin goes by several other names such as John Bay, Roland Martins, Wemio Adeyemi and Adeyemi Awonorin.
It stated that he has strong connections in Chatham and Thamesmead.
Others on the list are Alex Mckenzie, 33, Sandeep Arora, 42, Levi John Coyle, 36, Marius Lucian Anton, 31, Felix Rooney, 35, Adam James Stagg, 29, Faisal Butt, 39, and Naeem Ahmed, 44.