EFCC arrests nine for Cyber Crimes in Enugu

By AdvocateNews on 20/10/2019

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, (EFCC), has arrested suspects for cyber crimes in Enugu.

The suspects were on Friday arrested at Mexmemphis Properties and Apartments, Maryland District of the state.

Spokesman of the commission, Wilson Uwujaren, disclosed the suspects in a statement released. They are, Precious Ibegbulem, Michael Odishi, Ebuka Kenneth, Akabuke Beluolisa, Chibueze Ezeagwu, Nnamdi Maduekwe, Kingsley Orazulike, Linda Chidera and Uche Nwosu were arrested following an intelligence report about their lifestyle and suspected criminal activities.

On the strength of the information, the EFCC raided the home of the suspects and arrested them.

Items recovered from them include mobile phones, laptop computers, two Toyota Corolla vehicles with the registration number DM 722 YAB and LSR 468 FW, etc.

The suspects will be charged to court when the investigation is concluded.

Posted 20/10/2019 08:01:05 AM

 

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