See The Student Of The Same Department That Was Arrested By The EFCC For Internet Fraud.
The economic and financial crime commission is seriously on its toes to make sure that the level of internet fraud is reduced in the country.
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Students of the Department of mass communication at the university of Benin were arrested for internet fraud after series of intelligence reports were given to the Commission about their alleged fraudulent activities.
The Operatives of the Benin Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC paraded 28 internet fraudsters in University of Benin.
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The arrested suspects were Emanuel Duke, Fortune Stephen, Okpesa Kenneth, James Taiwo, Lamina Toyeeb, Amusa Ahmed, Lezor Ture Bright, Kehinde Adeleye, Godwin Obayuwana, Ajao Sodiq, Adebimpe Ayo, Iwuala Jesse, Joseph Duke Otega, Amusa Ridwan, Ememerurie Daniel, and Gift Ogbaro.
Information hard that these suspects were students of the same university and the same department who instead of learning turned to be internet fraudsters.
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They were arrested in their school hostels after information was given to the Commission about their alleged criminal activities. These boys are said to be notorious fraudsters who have duped so many white men and women of their hard-earn money.
They confessed to their crime and have given the Efcc useful information that will help for further investigations.
The other of the suspects arrested are: Ayokunmi Adeyinka, Michael Stephen, Lateef Olatayo, Sunday Richard, Kazeem Jubril Alade, Muhammed Abubakar, David Stephen Jonah, Usman Olatunbosun Ituah Eghoboi, Tayo Joshua, Osume Collins, and Musa Husseini.
They allegedly used different pseudo names to defraud their white American victims.
At the point of their arrest, the following items were recovered from them and the items are Luxury cars, sophisticated phones, and laptops, they will all be charged to court as soon as possible.’
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