SCARS™ Scam News: 22 More Yahoo Yahoo Boys Jailed In Edo Nigeria
Remember How Every Victim Says Nothing Is Being Done? Wrong, More Than 20,000 Scammers & Mules Have Been Arrested So Far In 2018!
In Fact, More Scammers Have Been Arrested This Year Than In The Whole History Of Online Scamming!
From The Nation – Nigeria:
The Benin Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) said it has secured the conviction of 22 persons who were involved in “Yahoo Yahoo” within its operational base in the last one year.
It said millions of naira were recovered from fraudsters who want to reap where they did not sow.
Head of the Benin Zone, Mr. Mailafia Yakubu, who spoke to newsmen after a road walk to mark this year’s World Anti-Corruption Day said other fraudsters would soon be convicted.
Yakubu said the Commission was working out modalities to curb vote buying in next year’s general elections.
He explained that the roadshow was to emphasize the need for Nigerians to continue to draw attention to the ills of corruption and why we should collaborate in combating this menace.
According to him, “Corruption and its twin evil, economic and financial crimes have ravaged our nation and is evidence in the decayed infrastructures and other basic amenities.
“It is the bane of our development. It is the reason our power supply is epileptic; It is the reason our country is still touted as a potentially great nation even after many years of sovereign statehood.”
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