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56 alleged internet fraudsters have been detained by Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC)

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56 alleged internet fraudsters have been detained by Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) agents working out of the Port Harcourt Zonal Command.

By Omoniyi Adedeji;

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According to a statement released by the commission on Friday, the suspects were detained on Monday during a sting operation at Rivtaf Golf Estate in Port Harcourt as a result of information about their suspected involvement in internet fraud, which included a number of scams and forgeries.

Multiple brand phones, laptops, passports from Nigeria and Spain, Apple watches, ATM cards, and local and foreign currency like pounds, dollars, pence, and E2 coins were all found on the suspects.

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Other things seized from them include various luxury automobile brands, including a black Toyota Corolla 2007 model, a black Range Rover, a black Lexus GS 460, a black Lexus IS250, a black Lexus ES350, a black C300 4Matic Mercedes-Benz

The individuals would be charged in court as soon as the inquiry is over, according to the EFCC.

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A list of the suspects is provided below:

Chukwuemeka Ajuobi Lucky Obioma, Kingsley Udennaka, Godbless Otuan, Gospel Asawale, Francis ThankGod In addition to Chizzy Collins, Marvin Maccus, Chimaobi Emmanuel, Precious Chibukem Kelvin, Gogo Johnson, Hope Offor, Oxford Ibinabo, Boma Kallu, Ebuka Igwe, Hope Nweke, Augutus Chukwudi, Benard Greatman, Chile Mark, George Lumartins, Iyala Ibisejubotonbo, and Prince Sonah.

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Iwuoha Wisdom Chinemerem, Divine Loiya Princewill, Victor Ajieaku, Goodluck Richman, Nnadozie Kenneth, Daniel Bright Asuquo, Dickson Mirade, Onyechi Emmanuel, Chika Eguma, Fraclin Onokpite, Silvar Uzoeto, Great Rapheal, Victor Awahobasi, Sydney Morris, Olaka Nkpoma, Boma Sobio, Uche Jerry, Onooriode

 

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