Nigerian Club President In Georgia, Kalvin Black Otus, Dupes Players $150,000

Published: December 02, 2014
Nigerian Club President In Georgia, Kalvin Black Otus, Dupes Players $150,000Mr.Kalvin Black Otus, President and owner of FC MARK STARS, a second - tier club in Georgia licensed by Georgia Football Federation, is taking money from African players, especially Nigerian players,  both for visas and flight tickets as well as hotel accommodation with food, transportation for the players to attend trials in his club in Georgia.

The criminal club chief issues invitation letters to the players and a copy of old Georgian visa stored on his computer in his house after receiving money from the unsuspecting individuals through Western Union Money Transfer and other means of International Money Transfer.

But the footballers never travel to Georgia as Mr.Kelvin Black Otus will start giving one excuse or the other to the players.

Investigations revealed that this is how Mr.Kelvin Black Otus is making the money he is using to run his club in Georgia this is very bad for the image of Nigeria, and this fraud has been happening since the inception of the club during the 2012 - 2013 season until nipped it in the bud.

Over the past one year, Mr.Kalvin Black Otus has received over US$150,000 from upcoming young talented players in Africa who are looking for the opportunity to continue their football career in Europe,  and the chance to play for big European clubs in the future.

Issuing fake Georgia visas to all the African players he collected money from is a very big offense, and is also killing the image of  Georgia, and he must face the law in the country.

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