American woman exposes Nigerian husband for giving her $50k savings to his side chic

An American woman married to a Nigerian man has accused her husband, Samson Adewale of allegedly obtaining over $50,000 from her under false pretense.

She said the money was supposed to be used for her In vitro fertilisation (IVF) treatment, but deceived her and supposedly used the money to take care of his mistress.

Sharing her story on TikTok, the woman narrated how she worked as an independent insurance adjuster for years just to save the money, and her hubby was the only person who knew that she had that amount, the password and had the key to access the safe where the money was kept.

She suspects that Samson is a part of a larger ring of Nigerian fraud syndicate that plot to scam American women through marrying them or having relationships with them.

The distraught wife urged other American women to start talking and reporting their similar experiences to the police so that the scammers can be prosecuted.

She said in part; “I’ve said this repeatedly and I will keep saying it, I worked for years on the road as an independent insurance adjuster for years saving money for IVF for my IVF journey that I’ve known that I always was going to have to do.

“This man in 10 months has come along and taken that complete amount of 50-something thousand dollars that I had saved up for the IVF journey.

“I had found out that Samson Adewale Adebisi was having an affair with this particular Nigerian woman, and I asked him to leave the house and upon him leaving the house, I had found out that he had been stealing from me, already small-small amounts out of the $50,000.

“I’m guessing at that point to impress her or already have a plan in place for himself upon leaving with my money. And so, I asked him to return, at that point to get all of these things from my house once I realised that he was stealing from me.

“And at that, point upon him coming back to the home to retrieve the rest of his belongings, I was not present at that moment. I was in the parking lot of our complex, on the phone, discussing with my best friend the incident and what was going on. At that moment, still people have to understand that I was still in the midst of the marriage, in the mindset, right. I did not understand that I had a household enemy around me the whole time. I did not know that.

“This is what this man does. He’s a part of a larger ring of Nigerian men that are in groups that sit around on WhatsApp and they discuss what to do and how to plan to do this to American women, marry them or enter into relationships with them and then defraud them in some way or whatever they have this tangible or some sort of asset so that they can get scammed or leave these women heartbroken, desperately in deep financial circumstances, and definitely emotionally and psychologically abused.

“Samson Adewale has repeatedly lied that he did not take and steal from me and that is a lie. In my circle of trust was God, myself and my husband. He’s the only person that knew that I had the money. He knew that word, as the key was to access my safe where the money was, and he was the only person I had shared that information with, because unfortunately, I expressed it again that I was in a marriage that I was in a lifelong commitment that I was truly with someone who loved me the way that I loved him.

“I do not know where Samson Adewale has left to, and he has stopped communicating with me. It was until I jumped on a tech talk and on a live recently to tell my story, to tell what happened that he came out to defend himself to say on a live he did not take my money.

“These situations have got to stop as American women. We have got to start telling our stories. We’ve got to start acknowledging what’s happening to us and step out of the shame. We’ve got to start going to the police and reporting these incidents so that these scammers and these men who do this financial psychological abuse to us can be held accountable for their actions.”

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