Segun Arinze, a popular Nollywood actor, mistakenly paid 50k into a wrong account and the owner of the account has refused to return the money.
The much celebrated Nollywood actor, Segun Arinze, mistakenly paid 50k into a wrong account. And the person in whose account he paid the money has refused to return my money.
Segun Arinze was born in Onitsha, Anambra State to a Yoruba father and an Igbo mother. He claims to be from Badagry, Lagos State. He attended Victory College of Commerce in Ilorin, then proceeded to Taba Commercial College in Kaduna State to complete his secondary education. He studied Dramatic Arts at Obafemi Awolowo University. He is popularly known as Black Arrow which he gained from a role he played.
The multi-award wining actor his begging a certain Mr Okoli Chukwunonso to return the money he mistaken paid into his account. Segun Arinze claimed that he has gone went to the bank to report the issue. The bank officials were able to give him the phone number of the person that owns the account he mistakenly paid into.
However, the person identified as Mr Okoli Chukwunonso has refused to return the money. Segun Arinze claimed that the man even shouted at him when he put a call to him.
This is what Segun Arinze released to the press on the issue:
I mistakenly paid 50k into the account of one Okoli Chukwunon account number 0024438520 Access bank. When I realised my mistake I called my bank GT connect to report and I was asked to contact the bank of the beneficiary (Access bank) I went there and spoke with a lady staff Omolola (ogunlana branch) who was kind enough to contact the Nonso guy. He claimed he work with keystone bank mbaise branch. I identified myself and he asked that Access should send him a mail. Which they did.
Since then he’s been giving me the run around. Yesterday he shouted at me and hung on me. His name Okoli Chukwunonso 08037376844. This not so much about the money but the idea of being honest. What is not yours please kindly return. I have heard of various incidences of this kind. People should learn to be honest and banks should find a way of penalizing such unscrupulous acts. Mr Okoli Chukwunonso kindly return my money. You claim to be a banker, so you should know better.