The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) just posted pictures of a suspected fraudster, his mother and girlfriend.
According to reports, the trio were arrested by EFCC, Benin Zonal office today (July 16th, 2020).
And the items recovered from them at the point of arrest includes 3 Mercedes Benz , laptops, computers and mobile phones.
And according to EFCC, the suspect have made useful statements and will be charged to court as soon as investigations are complete.
So many people on social media are reacting to the arrest which involved his mother and girlfriend, because it's a rare case to hear that EFCC arrested a mother of a suspected fraudster.
Some social media users are being sentimental, and saying she shouldn't be arrested for a crime her son committed, while some are being logical, and insisting she and the girlfriend probably have a hand in the alleged crime, and should pay for it!
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