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EFCC arrests 20 suspected internet fraudsters in Abuja

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has arrested 30 suspected internet fraudsters in Abuja.

The EFCC’s Head of Media and Publicity, Wilson Uwujaren, who disclosed this in a statement on Wednesday, said the suspects were arrested on Tuesday in Lugbe and Kubwa suburbs of Abuja following credible intelligence on their alleged involvement in cyber fraud.

He listed the suspects as Obazee Destiny, Oloton Kenneth, Emmanuel Patrick, Cobirevwhe Lucky, Wisdom Chinedu Okeke, Emmanuel Obiajulu Okafor, Chime Gabriel, Uchime Gabriel, Usenbor Aghosa Austin, Precious Osayi, Salman Abdullahi, Iseri Ochuko and Okator Emeka.

Others are – Usehbor Eghosa Auhin, Chime Gabriel Onyebuchi, Amas Randy Ehingiator, Osabee Jerry Olabor, Wisdom Usenbor, Etaga Uyuoma, Perokri Destiny, Chime Stephen, Eneome Daniel, Eneh Chukwuemeka, Kennet Okoduwa, Eze Nwaennezie Samuel, Igbinomwanhia Esosa, Igbinomwanhia Miracle, Olajiar Victor, Ekeainya Confidence, Akpa Anthony Somtochukwu and Abubakar Mohammed.

Items recovered from the suspects include Mercedes Benz, Lexus, and Toyota cars, mobile phones, and laptop computers.

“They will be charged to court as soon as the investigation is concluded,” Uwujaren stated.

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