Three Nigerians; one man and two ladies alongside, two German ladies have been captured following the raid of 41 homes and workplaces in Germany’s capital Berlin, Fox reports.
Police said they looked through the properties since they connected to a gang associated with masterminding counterfeit marriages so as to make it less demanding for Nigerians to come to Europe.
The officers grabbed their international IDs, European Union residency licenses, mobile phones, and storage devices.
German Federal Police Spokesman, Jens Schobranski, said the suspects confined are a 50-year-old Nigerian man, two Nigerian ladies matured 46 and 50, and two German ladies matured 55 and 64.
They are blamed for pitching endorsements to Nigerian men recording counterfeit relational unions with German and Portuguese ladies in more than 70 cases, energizing to 13,000 euros (₦5,577,593) each time.