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Soyinka and 23 others are arrested by the EFCC for alleged internet fraud

Soyinka and 23 others are arrested by the EFCC for alleged internet fraud

TOUCHAHEART NIGERIA reports that two men claiming to be herbalists, Ajisafe Toheeb and Ogundayo Usman, were arrested on Friday by EFCC agents from the Ibadan zonal command for their suspected involvement in internet fraud, also known as “Yahoo Yahoo.”

The two well-known herbalists

The two were arrested alongside twenty-four other people, four of whom claimed to be Lead City University students.

According to EFCC spokesman Wilson Uwujaren, twenty-two of the suspects have already been indicted as part of the investigation, which is still ongoing.

Soyinka Emmanuel Oluwafemi, Olaoti Fawaz, Omoke Ogbonaya, Okhiria Alex, Olamilekan Ibrahim, Olagoke Olalekan, Adeniran Ibrahim Adesina, Olasupo Temitayo Ayomide, Adeniran Basit, Ogunsetan Gbolahan Oluwasegun, Balogun Salam Omolade, Adeniran Bas

Ilesanmi Mayowa, Amao Emmanuel Abiodun, Olakanmi Babatunde Abdulrahmon, Olasile Jide, Dauda Sodiq, Hammed Ayomide Rasheed, Sodiq Olaide, Idris Damilola Yusuf, Abdulramon Mubarak, and Ogunbiyi Segun are the other candidates. They were apprehended, he claims, as a result of verifiable intelligence about their alleged involvement in cyber fraud.

Cars, mobile phones, television sets, Play Station 5, laptops, and other stuff were recovered from them, according to an anti-graft agency spokesman.

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