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Faces Of 8 Yahoo-Boys Arrested In Ilorin By EFCC

Faces Of 8 Yahoo-Boys Arrested In Ilorin By EFCC

Faces Of 8 Yahoo-Boys Arrested In Ilorin By EFCC

Another Nigerian gang of eight suspected internet fraudsters aka yahoo boys have been apprehended by men of the EFCC in Ilorin.

From Nigerian News:

Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ilorin Zonal Office have arrested eight suspected internet fraudsters, following a tip-off and surveillance carried out around Irewolede, Ilorin, Kwara State.

The suspects, who were rounded up at about 9.35pm on February 11, 2019 include, Chimezie Paul, 19; Oluwakayode Adebayo, 25; Mustapha Akeem, 19; Ezedigboo Paschal, 19; Mustapha Suleiman, 21; Mohammed Umar Faruk, 25; Abolarin Samuel Sunday, 23, and Anolarin Ridwan Gbolahan, 25.

Among items recovered from them were laptops and mobile phones.

They will soon be charged to court.

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