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06.03.2021 investigations BREAKING: Police Arrest Two Staff of Ireti Doyle’s Daughter Kachi Over Hair Scam

Published 6th Mar, 2021

By Socrates Mbamalu

Two staff of Kachi Beauty Products have been arrested by the police at Independence Layout Police Station in Enugu, Enugu State.

The staff were participating in a sales tour at Olive Gate Hotels and Suite at Independence Layout, Enugu when an aggrieved customer who had been scammed by Kachi Onyeluo, the CEO of Kachi Beauty Products, called in the police.

This arrest comes after the Foundation for Investigative Journalism (FIJ) published an investigation listing 86 of the numerous customers who had been defrauded to the tune of more than N40million from Kachi Onyeluo. Many more customers who are not documented are yet to receive their refund or delivery they paid for.

READ MORE: EXPOSED: How Ireti Doyle’s Daughter, Kachi Onyeluo, Duped Hair Enthusiasts of Over N40million

For the past two weeks, Kachi has been announcing a sales tour across the country on her Instagram page. She had done a sales tour in Port Harcourt on February 19 and 20, and in Benin on February 26 and 27 before proceeding to Enugu where her staff were eventually apprehended.

Kachi, daughter of popular Nollywood actress Iretiola Doyle, is under the radar of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) after a petition was written against her.

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Published 6th Mar, 2021

By Socrates Mbamalu

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