22-Years-old Uniport student was arrested for internet fraud along with his girlfriend and mother for being an accomplice.
What a strange story! If it's really true, what could make a mother condone such an act from his son? Well, to be fair, Money!
A 22-years-old boy name Gift Kenneth was arrested along with his girlfriend, Dandy spice for internet fraud, his mother also included.
The Economic and Financial Crime Commission arrest the 22-year-old for suspected internet fraud in Delta State and during the investigation, they found out the mother and his girlfriend is also an accomplice and was arrested.
After a sequel from the Federal Bureau of investigation, they acted swiftly and seized the 22-years-old computer science student properties. Among his properties seized was 5 bedroom duplex, 3 Mercedes Benz, Laptops and phones.
It's been reported that after the investigation, they would charge them to court.
See Photos Of Kenneth Gift and his girlfriend
Kenneth showing off his car
After the Hushpuppi saga, it seems the FBI is not taking anything for granted again.
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