Amara Nwosu

US-based Nigerian businessman, Francis Van-Lare, has accused the Department of State Services of detaining him for 14 hours over allegation of sex trafficking. 

 

Recall that Francis Van-Lare, had in 2019 promised to give married Nigerian men $2000 in exchange for allowing their wives spend one week with him in Italy. Read HERE HERE

 

His unusual offer had sparked controversy on social media and even led to his ex-wife, Amara Nwosu calling him out. HERE

 

Francis’ marriage with relationship expert, Amara Nwosu, ended in 2017. He got married to Abuja-based Cross River -Tanzanian architect in 2018 but that too ended after seven months. 

 

Taking to Facebook on Monday, March 7, Van-Lare said that DSS informed him that he is on the watchlist of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking In Persons (NAPTIP) because he travelled with women to have sex with them alongside other men. 

 

He wrote;

 

“I arrived Lagos on Friday and was detained by DSS for fourteen hours saying one agency against sex trafficking called NAPTIP put me on a watch list since 2019 that I travel with women abroad for them to be having Sex abroad with men and leave them there.”

 

I remember in 2019 when I had the trip competition for single ladies some people were making stupid comments and I thought it was a joke. They never see anything, more competitions for ladies will travel and have the opportunity to see outside Nigeria for the first time.

 

They cannot stop a good thing , we move ! I came down here to create jobs and they are stressing me with rubbish. They better bring evidence because 14 hours detention in no joke to let go. 

 

Amara Nwosu