EFCC Arrests 28 Suspected Internet Fraudsters in Anambra, Enugu


On Friday, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) apprehended 28 suspected internet fraudsters.

Seventeen were arrested in Awka, the capital of Anambra, while 11 others were arrested in Enugu following reports of their activities.

The suspects are Afam Onu, Frank Offiah, Christopher Anakudo, Steven Ofodili, Sochima Theophilus, Jude Chibuzo, David Ebubechukwu, Victor Okechukwu, Nwazaku Ifeanyi.

Ogbonna Amarachi, Nwachukwu Ugochukwu, Ebube Sunday, Chidiebere Eze, Nwakoye Emmanuel, Francis Alexander, Nwoba Nnanna, Nwazaku Kelechi, Chimdindu Nwakanma.

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The rest: Collins Chukwuma, Ngene Emmanuel. Ani Franklyn, Onah Chimere, Onah Olisaemeka, Chidebere Nnamani, Ernest Okorie Arinze, Daniel Onyekachukwu and Peter Nnopuechi.

The items found in their possession at the time of the arrest were laptops, cell phones and title deeds.

A Toyota Corolla Altis with reg FGG-194-AJ, Toyota Avalon with reg BWR-169-CB, Toyota Venza with reg AGG-559-TN, Lexus ES350 with reg BZR-535-FF, Mercedes Benz GLK 350 with reg LND- 241-FM were impounded.

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The suspects will be charged in court as soon as the investigations are completed.


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