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At least, 57 youths with 2 rifles hauled to EFCC net for cyber fraud in Ilaro, Ogun



In one fell swoop, the EFCC has nabbed 57 youths in llaro, Ogun State, for alleged cyber fraud.

They were picked up from four hotels in the town with two pump action rifles found on them.

Persecondnews recalls that six days ago about 45 suspects were arrested in the town.

According to the Economic and Financial Crimes spokesman, Mr Wilson Uwujaren, the suspects were arrested at their hideouts at Yewa Frontier Hotel & Resort, Ellysam Hotel & Suits, April Suits and IBD International Hotels.

He said they were involved in various cyber crimes including love scams on numerous dating sites and obtaining money under false pretences.

Among the items recovered from them are four exotic cars, mobile phones, laptops and several incriminating documents.



“The suspects will be charged to court as soon as investigations are concluded,” Uwujaren said.

Here is the roll call:

Olatunji Opeyemi, Akintunde Michael Oluwashola, Babatunde Gbolahan, Emmanuel Oluwadamliare, Ogundare Adewunmi, Popoola Salmon, Adebayo Toheed Olamilekan, Bakare Kudus, Michael Moyosoro, Olatunji Tosin, Ishola Wasiu, Ugwu Ekenedelichukwu David, Salaudeen Roqueb, Obafunmilayo David, Jimoh Fatai Abiodun, Idowu Adeola,Oladipupo Nurudeen, Olasoju Mohammed, Onipede Toheed, and Bello Abdullahi.

Others include Olatunji Abiola, Ogunbayo Peter, Adeyemi Abraham Ismail, Toheed Oluwaseun, Abiola Mutiu, Shoneye Idowu, Badmus Farouk kayode, Ilyas Abubakri Olanrewaju, Oladeji Basit Babatunde, Ijiola Soliu Adewole,
Odewunmi Samuel Pelumi, Oyeniyi Telslim Olashile, Shogbamu Olatunbosun Lukeman, Adebanji Timilehin Michael, Bangbose Jonathan Olakunle, Ashore Damilare Godwin, Bello Tobiloba Abdullahi, Ogundeji Babaji Ibrahim, Bashir Ayodeji Toheed, abd Olaleye Biola Farudeen.

Sunday Osunaiki Emmanuel, Adebowale Taofeeq Olamilekan, Babajide Oluwapelumi Bolaji, Oluyide Ridwan Olawale, Abdullahi Umar Farouq, Opeloyeru Kehinde Abdulwaheed, Adeola Olusegun Israel, Shittu Ganiyu Olamilekan, Abdullahi Narudeen Owolabi, Ganiyu Kudus Olawale, Biodun Okeowo Sunday, Aiyemidotun Moses Omolade, Alade Hammed Oluwatosin, Oladele Dolapo Temilope, Ogunrinde Gbenga Akanbi, Awobaju Koyinsola Damilare and Bello Uthman Olayitan also made the list.


Written by Per Second News


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