Monday, June 20, 2022

EFCC Arrests 35 Yahoo Boys In Ibadan

 EFCC Spokesman, Wilson Uwujaren confirmed their arrest in a statement on Monday.


 
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC has arrested some young men suspected to be internet fraudsters in Ibadan, Oyo State.
 
The arrest of the suspects numbering around 35 was confirmed by EFCC Spokesman, Wilson Uwujaren on Monday.
 
He said 17 of them were arrested on Thursday at the Akobo area of Ibadan following credible intelligence on their alleged fraudulent activities.
 
According to Uwujaren, the remaining eighteen suspects were apprehended by officers of 2 Division, Nigerian Army, Ibadan and handed over to the Commission for further investigation.
 
The suspects arrested by the EFCC operatives were identified as: Taiwo Babalola Oluwatope, Adekunle Odewale Damilola, Lawal Ismail Adebola, Salau Ayobami Adeyemi, Adebowale Samuel Amusan, Abioye Oluwatobi Alex, Akinola Adekunle, Salau Opeyemi Saheed, Ugwu Osita, Adedun Olajide Temidire, Adegbenro Adeola Damilare, Emmanuel Oluwatobi Ajala, Ojekale Samuel Ayodimeji, Adebayo Babatunde Teslim, Micheal Ayomide, Opeyemi Sonuola and Adetona Oladimeji Abdulazee
 
Mobile phones, laptops, Seven exotic cars, one smart television set and incriminating documents were recovered from the suspects during the arrest.
 
The 18 suspects who were handed over to the Commission by Lieutenant Goni Tijjani Ibrahim were arrested at Ihejirika Garden, near the Army Cantonment, Ibadan, following series of complaints from the residents regarding their fraudulent activities.
 
They include: Adeotun Omodele, Lamidi Abeeb, Lawal Muhammed, Kolapo Samad, Akinpelu Gbotemi, Ahmed Rilwan, Sodiq Adebayo, Mohammed Salami, Muyiwa Adeyeye, Awojoola Muiz, Ogunyemi Ayobami, Gabriel Ikyelede, Olamide Adekunle, Isaac Elijah, Azeez Yusuf, Damilola Muritala, Opeyemi Nurudeen and Olamide Lamidi.
 
Items handed over alongside the suspects include mobile phones and one smart wristwatch, among others.
 
Uwujaren added that the suspects will be charged to court as soon as investigations are concluded.

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