EFCC arrests 16 suspected internet fraudsters in Ilorin

Sixteen people have been arrested by agents of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ilorin Zonal Command, for alleged cybercrime and possession of fraudulent funds in Ilorin, Kwara State.

A statement from the commission’s spokesman, Wilson Uwu Jaar, on Friday said they were arrested on Thursday, following credible intelligence the commission was working on.

According to the statement, there were eight exotic cars, phones and laptops, among others.

The suspects, who include two siblings Ahmed Ismail and Toheeb Ismail, are Suleiman Abduqudrib Salati, Nurudeen Ibrahim, Boluwasefe Oyinloye, Bashir Azeez, Abduquodri Ibrahim, Raji Roqeeb, Tobiloba Raihan, Busari Mohammed

Others include Olaoye Kolade, Bello Muhammed, Onime Bright, Adebayo Bolaji, Abdulqudus Zakariya and Adeleke Hassan.

“The suspects will appear in court shortly once the investigation is completed,” the statement said.

EFCC arrests 16 suspected internet fraudsters in Ilorin

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