Just like Nigerian elders will say “One day monkey will go market, e no go Return”; some 20 suspected Yahoo boys recently played into the hands of EFCC in Imo state. The antigraft agency did not only arrest all of them but also made sure to recover several expensive luxury cars and other items from the suspected “expert” Internet fraudsters.
Here are the 20 suspected Internet fraudsters “Yahoo Boys” that were recently arrested in Imo state by the EFCC
According to press reports, the 20 suspects were apprehended on Friday 12th of February 2021 at the Eminike Estate in Norbie Abode, New Owerri area of Imo state. The official press reports identified the names of the first ten suspects as follows; Obidike Abuchi, Franklin Uzoma, Jerrard Uwaima, Henry Stephni, Awunnaya Victor, Charles Onymesi, Victor Obioha, Ogwu (Chukwu Akagha) Marvis, Emeka Clinton Nkeoga, and Oscar Anumata.
Similarly, the names of the remaining arrested suspects were identified as follows; Agocha Johnson, Nwokoro Santus, Nze Collins, Franklin Ugoegbu, Ikechukwu Agbalieze, Onyemachi Stanley, Stanley Uche, Emeka Clinton, Isreal Victor, and Onyebuchi Victor. The official press statement of the EFCC also listed the items recovered from the suspects as follows:
- Blue-painted Toyota Corolla sedan
- Black-painted Acura ZDX crossover SUV
- Lexus GX 460 SUV (Ash colour)
- Toyota Venza crossover SUV (Green colour)
- Black-painted Mercedes-Benz sedan
- Lexus ES 330 SUV (Ash colour)
- 40 mobile phones
- 17 laptops (different brands)
- 13 Powers of Attorney document
- 5 architectural documents
- 1 folder of several other documents
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These are the exotic cars and other items recovered from the suspected Internet fraudsters that were recently arrested in Imo State
Speaking of recent arrests of suspected Internet fraudsters, the police in Ghana reportedly arrested up to 20 Nigerian “Yahoo Boys” residing in one house at a hidden location in Ghana.
Below is a press report video showing the arrested suspects in Ghana.
Ghana Police Have Arrested More Than 20 Nigerian Internet Fraudsters in a House