Chidi Mokeme is a romance scammer! New shocking details Monday, 07 December 2009 I am writing this message to warn all female fans of engaging with online contact with Nollywood actor Chidi Mokeme, in particular on facebook. I sent one harmless e-mail to him on facebook, i.e. "I like your acting skills" which put me into a big mess, the worst I have ever been in throughout my entire life. A day later Chidi called me "sweet" and sent me his phone number. Although I did not call him for months, we e-mailed each other. Chidi wrote me the most flattering e-mails. He wrote things like "your beauty is killing me", "I wish, I had someone of your beauty as a wife", "Baby, I can not wait to have your lips for dinner", and on and on. Eventually Chidi had my heart completely melted and I was totally spellbound. When he wrote that I am beginning to get him upset for not calling him, I finally gave in and called. This was the worst mistake I have ever made!!! Chidi immediately said that he wanted to fly over to see me and asked if I could sponsor the flight. I began to wonder and asked why. He said that he was a little drained financially at present. I told him that I could not afford to sponsor the entire flight, so Chidi convinced me to send $500 to his agent, J. Bruce Asekeme, via Western Union. Then, midst of October, Chidi's doctor, (Daniel Idundun)called telling me that money was needed for Chidi's operation of his appendix, and also fir poison he had been given to drink. I sent $800, then $1000, and again $2000. Daniel Idundun told me that all this money was needed since they had to fly Chidi to the U.K. for better treatment. On 24. October I spoke to Chidi who said that the operation was successful but that he is suffering from a lot of pain. I began to wake up when I saw Chidi's pictures posted on Style Night 5, a fashin show Chidi attended on that same 24. October 2009 in Lagos. I thought that how could Chidi be in the hospital and on Style Night 5 on the same day? When I confronted Chidi, he excused himself that those pictures were taken at an earlier date, when he was still fit. However, the date of the event was clearly set to be 24, October 2009 at 5pm. Our conversations began to cool down and Chidi said that I am braking his heart for not trusting him. He said that people in politics are trying to kill him and that he needed money to escape to Ghana. I sent another $200; I was unable to send more due to being broke. A few days later Chidi said that everything is well now and that he is expecting a large sum of money from the U.K. He wants me to have 10% of the money to prove how much he really loves me. He later on told me that Peter Briggs from the United Nations will call me regarding the payment arrangements. Peter Briggs did call me, but when I was his e-mail it looked like a scam, and I became very suspicious. The e-mail stated that an ATM card has been arranged for me from Chidi's fortune in the amount of $8.3 Million. I can withdraw $80,000 per day. We all know that no ATM card allows for withdrawal of this large sum. I asked Chidi to send me some money from the $8.3 Million via Western Union, since I am completely broke. Chidi said that this is not possible and became upset. He said if I do not help him to clear the funds, he will never see me in the U.S. This was the last time we spoke. When the money stopped coming in, Chidi Mokeme also stopped any contact. I used to think that Nollywood actors would defy the Western World's image of Nigeria and set an example for the good. But, apparently, I was mistaken. I am sure, there are many honest people in Nigeria, since we all have a choice between right and wrong. Chidi Mokeme, however, has done his worst. Apart from the thousands of dollars I lost, I am going through a deep emotional trauma. I never thought I would become a victim of someone who only loves for money. I hope my story will serve us a warning and a wake up call for all ladies who are in a similar situation. yaani hawa jamaa sijui kitu gani wanafanya kihalali.