The Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC) has arrested 50 suspected web fraudsters in Oyo State.
They had been picked up at Alaro Sango, Agbaje Ijokoro and Apete Aladura areas of Ibadan, the capital.
EFCC spokesman, Wilson Uwujaren introduced the raid in a press release on Tuesday.
Uwujaren mentioned thirty-four of the suspects have been indicted within the ongoing investigations.
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They’re Badmus Abeeb, Ibrahim Ahmed, Adeyemo Babatunde, Abdulrashid Ajagbe, Olajide Okiki Peter, Hassan Yusuf Atanda, Yusuf Olasupo Salaudeen, Bello Ahmed Bamidele, Adewale Damilola.
Tosin, Kolawole Yusuf Olawale, Nicholas Ferdinand, Keshiro Olanrewaju, Falana Victor Dapo, Abogunrin Emmanuel, Bosun Tomiwa Tunde, Shelter Chibundo, Banjoko Idris, and Adebayo Akorede.
Others are Awoyinka Afeez Ayodeji, Afonja Olarenwaju, Akingbade Taofeek, Ezekiel Adekunle, Ganiyu Sodiq, Abioye Abiodun, Ogunbayo Daniel, John Timileyin.
The remainder: Ominiyi Daniel, Adeniyi Idris Sodiq, Joseph James, Adeyemi Segun Oluwaseun, Adeleke Rasheed, Saliu Tomiwa Rasheed, Itoro Edet Ime and Oseni Nasirudeen
“Some gadgets utilized in perpetrating the crime had been recovered”, Uwujaren added.
The suspects will probably be charged upon the conclusion of full investigations.
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