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See The Tricks The EFCC Used In Arresting This 20 Internet Fraudsters.
Almost all the major state in Nigeria today are flooded with internet fraudsters popularly known as yahoo boys and the economic and financial crime commission have now derived methods they use in tracking down these notorious yahoo Boys.
They are so many ways to catch a rat according to the Efcc commander port Harcourt Zonal office.
It was surprising when about 20 of these internet fraudsters were arrested by the Efcc in port Harcourt.
The Operatives of the Port Harcourt Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, paraded about 20 suspected internet fraudsters on Sunday.
They were arrested by the Efcc after series of intelligence reports was given to the Commission, they were arrested at New Owerri, Eminike Estate, Norble Abode, Owerri, Imo State.
The suspects arrested include Onyebuchi Victor; Isreal Victor; Emeka Clinton; Stanley Uche; Onyemachi Stanley; Ikechukwu Agbalieze; Franklin Ugoegbu; Nze Collins; Nwokoro Santus and Agocha Johnson
Other of the suspects include Oscar Anumata; Emeka Clinton Nkeoga; Ogwu Chukwu Akagha Marvis; Victor Obioha; Charles Onymesi; Awunnaya Victor; Henry Stephni; Jerrard Uwaima, Franklin Uzoma, and Obidike Abuchi
At the point of their arrest some items were recovered from them and the include Forty mobile phones, seventeen laptops of different brands, and six vehicles: one blue- coloured Toyota Corolla car; one black- coloured Acura ZX car; one ash- coloured Lexus GX 460 Sports Utility Vehicle; one green- coloured Venza car, one black- coloured Mercedes Benz car and one ash- coloured Lexus 330 SUV.
Others are thirteen Powers of Attorney, five architectural documents, and a folder containing some other documents these items shocked the Efcc.’
According to the Efcc zonal commander, who said that the Efcc did not just arrest these boys but they used tricks that can’t be exposed to anybody, he said that the Efcc will continue to uncover these notorious fraudsters who feels they can’t stay without doing fraud.
We think they must have used bait to draw these fraudsters out.
The commander went on to say that the arrested boys have made useful statements to the Commission and will be charged to court once the commission is done with their investigations.
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