Nigerian Scammer Training School Shut Down & Scammers Arrested
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Nigeria’s EFCC Shuts Down Scammer Training School
In a raid today the Nigerian EFCC (Economic & Financial Crimes Commission) shut down a sophisticated training academy for online scammers in the Nigerian capital Abuja.
They shut down the “YahooYahoo” training Academy, arrested the Owner AND 16 “Trainee” Scammers
They arrested Afolabi Samad, owner of a Yahoo Yahoo Academy in Abuja. The 24-year-old was arrested today, May 12, 2022, in a sting operation along with 16 of his students. The fraudsters are between the ages of 18 and 27 years and were arrested at their Scammer School located in Peace Court Estate, Lokogoma, a suburb of Abuja.
The owner of the alleged Academy rented the 3 bedroom flat for Three Million Naira to impact the tricks of cyber-frauds on his apprentices for undisclosed fees.
Plus, items recovered from the suspects included laptops, phones, charms and two vehicles: a Lexus RX350 and Toyota Highlander.
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