EFCC nabs two siblings, 53 others in Ibadan for internet fraud
Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) have arrested two brothers and 53 other suspected internet fraudsters in Ibadan.
The success of the operation was the result of surveillance and intelligence gathered by the anti-graft personnel of the Ibadan Zonal command of the agency.
The commission’s spokesman said on Saturday that the brothers, Ogunbanjo Omotayo Olakunle and Ogunbajo Abiodun Akorede, were arrested on September 30.
Arrested alongside their league at the Awa-Ijebu area of Ibadan, Oyo, items recovered from them include eight exotic cars, laptops, phones and various electronic gadgets.
EFCC said that 51 of the suspects were indicted by the forensic analyses done on their devices, and that they will be charged to court after investigation is concluded.
We have recently deactivated our website's comment provider in favour of other channels of distribution and commentary. We encourage you to join the conversation on our stories via our Facebook, Twitter and other social media pages.
More from Peoples Gazette
Mr Biden says he is prepared to hold talks with Russia President Vladimir Putin in consultation with his allies from the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO).
Mr Makinde said that the essence of the meeting was to resolve the internal crises within the party in the zone.
It is the second consecutive time Germany are failing to qualify from the group stage at the World Cup.
“The disclosure was contrary to the claim by the former governor that he left N14 billion in cash for the new government.”
NEC, presided over by Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo, received briefings on the proposed Finance Bill 2022 at an extraordinary virtual meeting.