This photograph shows Kalu with his wife, Nicole, at the White House for an energy briefing in September
A CEO allegedly lured foreigners to America to work for a nonexistent university before setting them up with jobs and stealing almost half of their salaries.
Kizzy Kalu, 47, of Colorado is facing charges of human trafficking in what the government described as an 'elaborate scheme'.
He is accused of enticing foreign nurses to work as teachers at 'Adam University' in Denver, which his alleged accomplice, Philip Langerman, 77, had made up, according to the police.
Langerman of Georgia, who was also indicted despite still being at large, is accused of representing that the 'university' needed nursing instructors, allowing foreign nationals to get work visas. Read More