Information derived from the news shows that seventeen of the arrested suspected fraudsters were arrested in Awka, the capital of Anambra state, while eleven others were arrested in Enugu. The fraudsters were nabbed after the commission received a tip-off on their alleged involvement in fraudulent activities.
Some valuable items which include phones, laptops, and exotic cars were recovered from the Yahoo boys when they were arrested.
The youths should be aware of the fact that internet fraud is not a good thing to partake in. They should engage in legal jobs to make their living. Evil last but not forever. Evildoers shall be caught someday when nemesis visit them, They will be inclined to flee but they will find no escape route to escape. Fraud is evil, do not indulge in it!
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