What a shame: Mother and son alleged for Cyber crimes.
By KoladeOlatunde | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
There's a wide saying among Nigerians that every day is for the thief, one is for the owner.
The agency in charge of fraud in Nigeria, the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) had on Thursday 16th July 2020 parade an Undergraduate of the University of Port Harcourt along with his mother and his girlfriend over an alleged internet-fraud.
The 22 years Kenneth Gift along with his girlfriend and mother were apprehended in Delta state.
According to Dailypost.ng, Gift along with his syndicates where arrested by the EFCC following an intelligent report they received from the FBI.
Some of the recovered among them include a 5 bedroom well-furnished duplex, 3 Mercedes Benz, laptop computers and smartphones.
The EFCC spokesperson, Dele Oyewale hinted that suspects are cooperating with them and valuable information have been extracted likewise. He stated that they will be charged to court once the investigations are completed.
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