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Dynamic Intelligence exits market, says Nigerian workers ‘extorted’ company


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JENNA Bourgeois, Chairman Dynamic Intelligence has announced that his company is exiting from the Nigerian market with ‘immediate effect’.

The technology company with operations in the United States, Canada and Africa claimed that contractors and employees in the Nigerian division defraud the company.

Bourgeois made this disclosure on Thursday via his Linkedin handle, where he aired his opinion about doing business with Nigerians and cautioned other prospective international organisations about doing business in the country.

He offered to provide free business advice to those who want to run business in the nations he described as fraudulent bunches.

“While we kept giving Nigerians a chance to gain skills and employment, we cannot run a company when we can’t trust the people who work for us.  Any company interested in conducting business in Nigeria can reach out to us to learn how to avoid being scammed by technical resources.

Bourgeois also lamented the waste of resources the company had earlier invested in the country and adviced customers to exploit the Indian market instead.

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“It is a kick in our face that we spent so much time trying to give Nigerians the benefit of the doubt to have this happen.  Customers who wish to outsource, are well-advised to seek an India-owned company for the best results.”

Bourgeois statement came just barely 24 hours after the Federal Bureau of Intelligence of Investigation (FBI) arrested almost 80 Nigerians for fraudulent activities.



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