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EFCC Nabs 52 Suspected Internet Fraudsters

The Benin Zonal office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has confirmed the arrest of 52 suspected internet fraudsters on Sunday, May 9, 2021. This is contained in a statement released by the Commission on Monday and signed by its Media and Publicity Head, Wilson Uwujaren. The suspects were said to be arrested…”
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May 10, 2021 4:30 pm

The Benin Zonal office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has confirmed the arrest of 52 suspected internet fraudsters on Sunday, May 9, 2021.

This is contained in a statement released by the Commission on Monday and signed by its Media and Publicity Head, Wilson Uwujaren.

The suspects were said to be arrested in different locations in Benin City sequel to intelligence reports.

Those arrested are Wisdom Attah, Alasa Solomon Osho, Jonathan Udofia, Emmanuel Udofia, Oyinbo Tejiri, Edoghogho Onsemudiana, Aisosa Ajayi, Paul Thomas Obinna, Osazuwa Osayamen, Madago Victor, Godwin Emmanuel, William Omorebokhae, Ezemo Junior, Iyamu Iyaro, Umoru Monsura, Efomwonyi Daniel, Omoruyi Lucky, Odion Omonzokpia, Aderho Collins, Ereomah Emmanuel, Eric Obi Ugo, Emmanuel Godwills, Solomon Lucky, Charles Endurance, Ehibor Abraham Ebuwa, Okosun Wesley and Oyase Destiny.

Others are Elvis Ohikhuore, Ugo Nweke, Faithful Omagbemi, Shuaibu McClinton, Edward Chumosa, Onoriode Precious, Emmanuel Precious, Adenegbe Hope Osaze, Kennedy Emma, Terry Edorodion, Edosa Rollins, Miller Ikuobase, Godwin Kelechi., Ogbolu Israel Uche, Okpodu Samson, Awosadere Daniel, Samuel Asenguah, Ugo Nweke, Charles Irengunju, ThankGod Udofa, Erickson Ororisela, Asemota Terry, Enaboakpe Robert, Odili Wisdom, and Osawaru Martins.

Items recovered from the suspects include six exotic cars, laptop computers, mobile phones, documents, and identity cards.

The commission revealed that the suspects will be arraigned once investigations are completed.

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