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Eight Suspects In EFCC Net Over Online Fraud In Oyo (Photo)

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Operatives of the Ibadan Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, have arrested eight suspected internet fraudsters at the Elebu-Oja area of Ibadan, Oyo State.

The suspects include: Ojo Ayobami, Dayo Adedokun, Ojo Ayotunde, Ibidapo Ileriayo, Ibidapo Kolade, Adeniyi Gbenga, Aluko Idowu and Adeusi Olatunji.

They were rounded up on February 8, 2019 following action on a series of intelligence reports. They are alleged to be involved in fraudulent activities ranging from love scam and other forms of internet fraud, through which they obtain money from unsuspecting victims.

Three different models of exotic cars, laptop computers, telephones, international passports and several incriminating documents were recovered from them.

They will soon be charged to court.

See more: zenithnaija.com/eight-suspects-in-efcc-net-over-online-fraud-photo/


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Dat good

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Not good but commit them to work

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Please keep up the good work and catch all of them

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God will help us from the hands of fraudster

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Nice...

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That's Good keep catching them

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Yahoo boys never end

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I've been saying it ever since, 99 days will always be for the thief and one day for the owner

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Yes ooo..I hope they can catch all of them...doing fraud to buy expensive things, club and womanize and intimidate others..someone's hard earned sweat.

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they should be punished to the last

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damn

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Time to pay the price

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[ @hismyhill113: ] Operatives of the Ibadan Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, have arrested eight suspected internet fraudsters at the Elebu-Oja area of Ibadan, Oyo State.

The suspects include: Ojo Ayobami, Dayo Adedokun, Ojo Ayotunde, Ibidapo Ileriayo, Ibidapo Kolade, Adeniyi Gbenga, Aluko Idowu and Adeusi Olatunji.

They were rounded up on February 8, 2019 following action on a series of intelligence reports. They are alleged to be involved in fraudulent activities ranging from love scam and other forms of internet fraud, through which they obtain money from unsuspecting victims.

Three different models of exotic cars, laptop computers, telephones, international passports and several incriminating documents were recovered from them.

They will soon be charged to court.

See more: zenithnaija.com/eight-suspects-in-efcc-net-over-online-fraud-photo/

arresting youth everywhere in the name of being fraudsters we should ask ourselves what has our government put in place for these youths...

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Good work by efcc

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Efcc operative doing great job

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Well done to efcc gang

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[ @emma4john : ] Not good but commit them to work

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[ @Cherishchi: ] Please keep up the good work and catch all of them

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that was tremendous

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This Yahoo case is complicated

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They will soon be charged to court.

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All because of this money

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Arrest them

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The Acting Commanding Officer, Navy Captain R.O. Adoki while speaking

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They were rounded up on February 8, 2019 following action on a series of intelligence reports. They are alleged to be involved in fraudulent activities ranging from love scam and other forms of internet fraud, through which they obtain money from unsuspecting victims.

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Ibidapo Ileriayo, Ibidapo Kolade, Adeniyi Gbenga, Aluko Idowu and Adeusi Olatunji.

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The suspects include: Ojo Ayobami, Dayo Adedokun, Ojo Ayotunde, Ibidapo Ileriayo, Ibidapo Kolade, Adeniyi Gbenga, Aluko Idowu and Adeusi Olatunji.

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