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EFCC Arrests 6 Internet Fraudsters And Confiscates Their Exotic Cars



EFCC Arrests 6 Internet Fraudsters And Confiscates Their Exotic Cars
Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission have arrested six suspected Internet fraudsters in separate raids carried out across a number of locations in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory.
The suspects: Chemezie Valentine Ezeife, Onwochei Chibuzor John, Onwochei Joel, Marvin Nwankwo, Prince Ojenike, and Jude Olatekobowale, were arrested on a tip-off.

The acting EFCC spokesman, Tony Orilade said Ezeife was arrested on Wednesday at the Life Camp residential area in Abuja, following intelligence reports of shady activities traced to him.

Among items recovered from him were a Mercedes Benz C300, Toyota Camry and Lexus Jeep, Seagate hard drive, four laptop computers, an ECOWAS international passport, various wristwatches, two iPhones and Blackberry phones, and a Samsung phone. Several suspicious emails were also traced to his account.

Investigation into the activities of another syndicate traced to the Nova Estate in Apo, led to the arrest of two brothers, Joel and John.

John the younger sibling confessed that he got involved in Internet fraud as a student of the Delta State University.
He successfully defrauded one Miss Lynese from Zambia, using Facebook, in the guise that he was one Carlos Gomes, a British citizen.

Among items found in his possession were iPhone 6 and iPhone 7, and he also confessed to having a landed property in Benin, Edo State, all of which he acquired with N1 million he made from Internet fraud. Two laptop computers, a white Range Rover Sport, white Mercedes Benz E350, and a grey Toyota Camry were recovered from him.

Joel confessed that his brother initiated him into love scam. The residence of a seventh suspect, Owootomo Tomilola Sunday, 22, was also raided at the Gwarimpa axis following information about his shady activities.

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