Friday, August 16, 2013

Breaking News: A Nigeria dude arrested a moment before he says i do

This is the spectacular instant dwelling agency examiners put a halt to a sham marriage just minutes before the bride and groom swapped their vows.

Nigerian Chinedu Amadi arrived at Leicester Registry agency to marry a entire stranger – Hungarian national Szilvia Basco-Porkolab, who donned a customary white marriage gown for the event.

But unbeknown to them Home Office examiners who were tilted off by a suspicious registrar and lay in wait in a side room for the pair to reach.

Amadi, a Nigerian scholar, paid £5,000 to an unidentified ‘fixer’ to arrange the false wedding with an EU national to permit him to stay in the UK.

After their apprehend, examiners found out Basco-Porkolab was involved in an previous sham wedding ceremony to another Nigerian, Ikechukwu Egbe, at Greta Green in May 2011.

Basco-Porkolab, 38, living in Leicester, accepted two enumerations of conspiracy to breach immigration regulations relating to sham marriages, and was imprisoned for 34 months.

Amadi, 27, of Livingstone Road, Gillingham, admitted a alike count and was jailed for 20 months.

Egbe, 34, of Narborough Road, Leicester, was convicted of one infringement of conspiracy, and jailed for 30 months.

A fourth individual, Rubin Durgos 39, accepted conspiracy, in the intended sham wedding ceremony of Amadi. She was to be the bride, before Basco-Porkolab paced in at the last minute.

Durgos, a Hungarian, of plantation Road, Coalville, Leicestershire, was jailed for 20 months.


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