The EFCC through their Facebook page announced that the Kaduna Zonal Command of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC arrested Lucky Ebhogie, Richman Kas Godwin, Israel Justine and Precious Ewuji for internet fraud.
They were arrested in the sabo area of Kaduna state following intelligence on their alleged involvement in internet related fraud activities.
Preliminary investigation, according to a statement by the EFCC spokesman, Wilson Uwujaren, reveals that the suspects are mostly involved in impersonation and romance scam, faking the identities of United State Military Personnel's on foreign mission to deceive their victims.
One of the suspects , Lucky Ebhogie allegedly got his mother involved into the scam business through her account to launder suspected proceeds of crimes.
The statement says on July 30,2021, he (Lucky) purchased a Mercedes Benz GLK car Worth about N7million Naira using his mother's bank account.
Another suspect, Precious Iwuji was discovered to have sold her Facebook account with photographs to internet fraudsters, which the used to ensnare their victims.
Here are the Pictures of the suspects
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