In recent months, the rate of internet fraud among youths call for alarm. Many young men and women have turned to duping people of their hard earned money and are comfortable, while the real owners are in tears. It is also shocking that some of our so called celebrities are into internet fraud. This is the case of Nwagbo Oliver Chidera, popularly known as Pankerooy.
According to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission's (EFFC) official Facebook page, popular Instagram comedian, dancer and social media influencer, Pankerooy has been arrested by operatives of the EFFC yesterday, 21st of April, 2021. The Lagos zonal office in Lagos received intelligence reports that Pankerooy and 34 other persons are duping people of their hard earned money.
Pankerooy and 34 other persons were apprehended at their hideout in James Court, Lekki, Lagos and has been accused of alleged conspiracy and other computer-related fraud. Nwagbo Oliver Chidera has met his dead end, if found guilty and has really put the Nigerian entertainment industry in a bad light.
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