An undergraduate by name Kenneth Gift, has been arrested by the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC), over an alleged internet fraud. He was arrested along side his girlfriend, Dandy Spice, and mother, Dorah Aninah in Delta state.
They were arrested by the Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crime Commission, Benin Zonal Office on Thursday July 16, after a petition was made from the US Federal Bureau of investigation.
The news of the arrest of University of Port Harcourt Undergraduate student, alongside his mother, Dorah Aninah and girlfriend, Dandy Spice, was released by the Commission via their Official social media page.
Some items were recovered from the arrested people at their place in Delta State. This include a five-bedroom duplex,Phones, Laptop computers, Mercedes-Benz CA-250,and Mercedes-Benz GLK-350.
According to the Commission's news released on social media, the suspects have made useful statements and will be charged to court as soon as investigations are completed.
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