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29 Suspected Internet Fraudsters Apprehended By EFCC In Enugu

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No fewer than 29 suspected internet fraudsters, otherwise known as Yahoo boys have been arrested by the Enugu Zonal Command of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). 

In a statement shared on its verified X handle which The Eastern Updates, EFCC said the arrest was made on Friday, 15th September, in a sting operation in Enugu State.

The suspects were listed as Ali Chukwuebuka, Ugwueke Chidera, Chukwuneke Nicholas, Daniel Okwume, Ebubechukwu Egbo Victor, Ugwu Felix Chenedu, Chizu Ifejika, Chris Emmanuel, Chukwuka Onye, Arinze Ede, Charles Aforka, and Ejeh Monday Nelson.

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Others are Joshua Onah, Martin Excel Ozichukwu, Ejeh Moses, Ogbonna Okpata, Francis Peter Ifechukwu, Chibuzor Ikweze Anthony, Kingsley Onyedikachi, Okechukwu Ezeka, Johnson Onuorah, Osinachi Johnson, Enejeh Paul, John Samuel, Ohia Excel, Nicholas Okereke, Omeh Kamsichukwu Joseph, Chigozie Egwuatu Chiderem, and Emmanuel Johnson.

According to EFCC, two Lexus IS 350 cars, 45 mobile phones, seven laptop computers, one Wi-Fi, and one hard drive were recovered from the suspects.

‘The suspects have made useful statements and will be charged in court soon,’ the statement concluded.

The Eastern Updates recalls that following a sting operation in Enugu State a month ago, operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) have confirmed the arrest of no fewer than 28 suspected internet fraudsters in the state.

Some of the suspects were identified as Godwin Ogbonna, Bright Chidozie, Chukwuebuka Ugwu, Ifesi Isaac, Collins Nnachi, Micheal Nnamdi, Ikechukwu Anya, Nneji Onyebuchi, Nwali Chukwudi and Godwin Okwuchi Promise among others.

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