Friday, February 1, 2019

EFCC Arrests 19 Suspected Internet Fraudsters With Female Pant, Charms In Ibadan [Photos]

The Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission,(EFCC), Ibadan zonal office on Friday arrested 19 suspected internet fraudsters at Ologuneru and Akobo areas, of Ibadan, Oyo State, and recovered several items including a female pant and fetish materials.

This was made known in a press statement by the Acting, Head, Media and Publicity, EFCC, Tony Orilade, a copy made available to journalists.

The arrest, according to Orilade was made possible in a sting operation led by the zonal head, Friday Ebelo, Ibadan zonal head.

The two sets of suspects were arrested in two locations, Ologuneru and Akobo area.

Aside from the usual equipment associated with internet fraudsters, the EFCC operatives also recovered one female pant from the suspects arrested in Akobo area, Ibadan.

The Acting, Head, Media and Publicity, EFCC, Orilade said “the suspects who are between the ages of 21 and 35 years were taken by surprise when operatives swept on them at one of their notorious havens in the city. Five of them allegedly claimed to be undergraduates while the other 10 claimed to be self-employed in varied vocations.”

In a related development, operatives also arrested four other suspects on February 1, 2019, at their hideout at Akobo, Ibadan. The suspected cybercriminals are between 21 and 30 years.

Their arrest followed a series of intelligence alleging that the suspected fraudsters engaged in fraudulent activities of obtaining money by false pretences from unsuspecting victims.

Orilade further mentioned items recovered at the point of their arrest, as “SIM cards, one exotic car, laptops, telephones, female underwear’s and four bags of fetish objects (juju) from them. Several documents containing false pretences were also recovered from the suspects.”

He noted that the suspects will soon be charged to court.












6 comments:

  1. Lazy Nigerian youths

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  2. Nigerians are such sick fckers. No where in the world would you hear such bullshit. Gyimii sem kwa

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  3. Desperate youths, they want money but they can't work

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