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94 arrested as EFCC raids ‘Yahoo Boys’ party in Osun

94 arrested as EFCC raids ‘Yahoo Boys’ party in Osun
October 14
13:55 2019
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Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Monday raided a nightclub in Osogbo, Osun state capital, where suspected internet fraudsters hold parties.

Wilson Uwujaren, spokesman of the commission, announced this in a statement.

Popularly known as “Club Secret Underground”, the nightclub is located on the Ibadan-Iwo expressway in the state capital.

Uwujaren said the raid led to the arrest of 94 suspects and “confiscation of 19 exotic cars, laptops, scores of sophisticated mobile phones and other items”.

Some of the confiscated items

“The wee-hour operation was sequel to an intelligence report hinting that the suspected internet fraudsters were organising a night party for Sunday, October 13 during which some of them intended to celebrate their loot,” the statement read.

“A discreet operation on the club had earlier been carried out to ascertain the authenticity of the intelligence.

“The confirmation led to the mega raid effected on Monday. The suspects are currently undergoing further interrogation, and those indicted would be charged to court as soon as investigations are concluded.”

The EFCC has launched a manhunt for suspected fraudsters nationwide.

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6 Comments

  1. Osaze Confidence
    Osaze Confidence October 14, 16:17

    so sad to see people stealing from others

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  2. Uduakobong Sampson
    Uduakobong Sampson November 16, 08:52

    the are so many Legit business to do as a youth than stealing and defrauding others.

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  3. Angel
    Angel February 04, 00:12

    but, serious this youth need empowerments, if nigeria are to be better country, the wont have been doing this..
    Oh sad!

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  4. Primpost
    Primpost February 16, 00:42

    This is not just Good atall.. Nawa ooo

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  5. Scholar
    Scholar March 17, 10:02

    nawao, some peolple will just find pleasure in defrauding others

    Reply to this comment
  6. prof
    prof March 18, 00:15

    lol
    efcc sef whats their problem

    Reply to this comment

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