EFCC arrests 18 suspected fraudsters in Abuja

THE Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) have arrested 18 suspected Internet fraudsters in Abuja.

According to a statement released by the Commission, the suspects were arrested on July 4, 2022, at Trademore Estate, Lugbe, Abuja, following intelligence reports about their alleged involvement in Internet-related fraud.


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    The suspects are: ThankGod Oche, Joshua Olohja, Adamu Abdulkadir,   David Bruno Bidemi, Emmanuel Avoh, Micheal Oche, Francis Abbah, Kayode Itodo, Shedrack Chibuike and Okeowo Elijah.

    Others are: Victor Emmanuel, Emmanuel Edache, Abah Joseph Theophilus, Sunday Agidani, Elijah Adamu, Emmanuel Ahme, Moses Agada and Adacole Michel.

    Items recovered from the suspects include a Lexus car, laptop computers, and mobile phones.

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