it is becoming so obvious that our Nigerian youth have left the Legit way of making and rather choosing to involve themselves to defrauding people.
N31 million was recovered from Five suspected internet fraudsters by the The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and there were arrested.
The suspects includes Paul Duru, Daniel Effiong, David Gold, Moses Gold and Eke Kelechi, were arrested following a petition received by the EFCC from a new generation bank, a statement from the antigraft agency said.
The bank had observed suspicious transactions on an account belonging to Duru, after he received N63 million. He was subsequently arrested by operatives of the EFCC.
His arrest led to the apprehension of the other suspected fraudsters.
Investigations revealed that Mr. Duru was hired by Mr. Effiong who presented himself as Arbara Williams, a 27-year-old Caucasian.
Duru allegedly had a ‘picker’ in the United States, one John T. Benn, who received money in dollars and sent to his bank account.
It was observed that Mr. Daniel Effiong established a relationship with one Sung Yong Hwa, a Korean and Peter Davito, a Canadian.
The others were arrested for allegedly involving in love fraud.
The case was said to be taken to court by the agency.