The Ilorin zonal command of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has arrested 34 suspected internet fraudsters in Kwara and Ekiti states.
The suspects, including two females in Ekiti, were picked up at different locations following credible intelligence about their activities.
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Wilson Uwujaren, spokesman of EFCC, said that in Kwara, the suspects were arrested at the expensive Agric Estate, Sango area, Ilorin. Items recovered from them included six exotic cars, 47 phones and 16 laptops.
Those arrested in Ekiti are Godspower Falodun, Omoniyi Pelumi, Victor Damilola, Akerele Olugbenga, Oluwatosin Alade, Abayomi Aderinwa, Ologunsoro Ayodeji, Olakunle Bidemi and Emmanuel Olukayode.
Others are Ojo Tobi, Ayeni Kayode, Ezekiel Ayomide, Tunde Lukman, Onikoyi Tobi, Busayo Obadu, Abiodun Taofeek, Ajayi Opeyemi and Ebenezer Ayodeji.
Also included are Akinola Paul, Jacob Wisdom, Akinrinmola Olumide, Lawrence Abimbola, Tope Abejide, Busuyi Ajewole, Seyi Ajewole, Sunday Pelumi, Sunday Pelumi, Fapohunda Paul and Aguh Henry.
Omowumi Victoria and Peace Beloved are the females among the suspects.
Similarly, those arrested in Ilorin are Oyewole Damilare, Abdul-salam Qazeem, Mohammed Bello and Olusanya.