Crime rate is increasing day by day in Nigeria and it's reoccurrence has left the Country's Criminal Agents to keep up and work hard in order to curb the spread of Crime in the Country . Many Young Citizens are seriously engaging in fraudulent activities online because they lack the basic knowledge of what the aftermath of their actions will be.
Yesterday, The Economic and Financial Crime Commission of Nigeria(EFCC) arrested 39 online Fraudsters, popularly known as Yahoo Boys in two different states and they retrieved lots of expensive Gadgets from them. The Boys were arrested from their hideouts in Osun States and Ogun, as of now, they are still Suspects and would be charged to Court as Criminals when proper investigation has been duly conducted. The Update was made on EFCC Official page on Twitter, the names of these Suspects were listed but their identity wasn't fully displayed.
According to what we got from the Page, 7 different Cars, Laptop Computers, expensive Phones and some other Gadgets were seized from them.
Here is the list
We urge every young Citizens to learn from this and find legal means of making money, engaging in fraudulent activities will only inflict shame and also degrade the Country's good reputation. There is a big possibility that these Suspects will be charged to Court. So for this reason, Parents must warn their Children from fraud and protect them from engaging In Cybercrime.
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