Some fraudsters popularly known as Yahoo boys were arrested today in Ibadan. They are 34 in Number. The agency incharge of corruption in the country known as Economic Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) arrested these boys. Their names are: Shobowale Michael Morenikeji, Alabi gift Jesse, Isiaka Quadro Olawale, Emmanuel Segun Omogbolahan, Adeyemi Yusuf Ekundayo, Ojubanire Akindimeji Abdulquadri, aolqsupo Ogooluwa Ayomide, Mufutau Sarafa Adewale, and Adekunle Habeeb Olamilekan. Some others include Aiyelokan Bolaji Emmanuel, Akintokun Olalekan Ibukunmi, Adeyiga Ayobami Emmanuel, Okunleja Joshua Opeyemi, Monday Blessing Patrick, Shobowale Samuel Duruodola, Olunbaji Remilekun Michael, Usman Abdullahi Olamilekan, Oni Olanrewaju Gabriel, Kehinde Victor Boluwatife, Adurota Emmanuel Tossing and Ibrahim Damola Iremide.
Some items were also discovered when they began to investigate these suspected yahoo boys. Some items like 4 exotic cars, mobile phones, Sim cards, laptops and other incriminating documents. The EFCC spokeman said that these suspected yahoo boys would be charged to court after investigations have been made. These suspected also were apprehended in separate operations in Oyo and in Lagos.
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