Aside from insecurity bedeviling the Nigeria, internet fraud popularly known as "yahoo yahoo" is another thing that is troubling the country. The rate of internet fraud in Nigeria is alarming, no wonder, "Nigeria fraud" which refers to "yahoo yahoo" was added to the dictionary, just to show us how bad it has gotten into.
Operatives of Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) have nabbed thirty (30) yahoo boys in Ilorin, Kwara State based on the intelligence they received from a very reliable source. Most of the yahoo boys were students, items recovered from them includes, ten exotic cars, mobile phones, laptops, charms and other incriminating documents.
It will interest you to know, that these suspected internet fraudsters were arrested in different locations, and they are currently being prosecuted according to the law.
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