Few moments ago, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) announced through their Facebook page that over thirty internet fraudsters have been arrested by Officers of the Commission.
In the released press statement, it was publicized by the EFCC that the internet fraudsters were traced and tracked days after they sprayed bundles of naira notes in the air at a popular plaza in Benin, Edo state.
Checkout photo of the fleet of cars recovered from the internet fraudsters below:
Aside cars, other items recovered from them are phones, several documents, laptop computers and identity cards.
Photos Credits: Official Facebook page of EFCC.
When this arrest was made public, quite a good number of Nigerians have been reacting. Many Progressive Nigerians are of the opinion that the arrest is a welcome development as the fight to curb corruption is gradually becoming a reality.
Article's Source: Official Facebook page of EFCC.
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