21 suspected internet fraudsters busted in Enugu
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Tuesday, arrested 21 suspected internet fraudsters in a sting operation in Enugu.
The EFCC spokesman, Wilson Uwujaren, said this in a statement in Abuja.
According to him, the suspects are Nwosu Paul, Onuji Samson, Eze Chukwudi, Stanley Okoroafor, Michael Nnamchi, Henry Ozonwanji, Victor Ozonwanji, Victor Ibik, Anthony Ugwu, Ndubuisi Amala, Eneje Chisom, Henry Chukwu, and Emmanuel Abah.
“Others include; Abumchukwu Dominic, Agafe Victor, Victor Abah, Jide Favour, Samson Onyedika, Joshua Uchechukwu, Izuchukwu Paul and Samuel Chizitiere.
“Items recovered from them include five exotic cars, 32 mobile phones and seven personal computers.
“The suspects have made useful statements and will be charged to court soon,” he said.
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