22-yr-old undergraduate, his mother and girlfriend arrested over suspected internet fraud
When you think that internet fraud is mostly seen in only Nigerian youths then you come across this news of a mother who was arrested alongside with her son and his girlfriend.
Some news just surface the internet that the Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC just arrested a 22-year-old Computer Science Undergraduate of the University of Port Harcourt known as Kenneth Gift, his girl friend, Dandy Spice and his mother, Dorah Aninah. And the crime they was arrested for was internet fraud in Agbor, Delta State.
Here are some items which was discovered from the criminals after they were arrest and they include a 5-bedroom duplex, Mercedes-Benz CA250, Mercedes-Benz C250, Mercedes Benz GLK 350, laptop computers and mobile phones.
See photos of the things gotten from them.
See photos of the criminals.
Well I gat to say that the arrest of this people should serve as a lesson to everybody who want to go into internet fraud.
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