EFCC arrest Land lord, 9 suspected yahoo boys

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The EFCC has arrested 33 year old Stanley Ejike, a land lord who is alleged to have housed suspected yahoo boys.

The land lord as well as 10 suspected internet fraudsters were apprehended by the EFCC in Ibadan at different locations.

EFCC spokesman Tony Orilade released statement which partly reads:

“For men of the commission who carried out the arrest, it was a daunting task locating Stanley’s six-flat property tucked inside an isolated environment around Ologuneru area of the Oyo State capital.”


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He disclosed the arrest of nice suspects including Mr Stanley. Others apprehended are Henry Echefu, Usman Mustapha, Adeleke David, Olafuyi Josiah, Shorefire Ayokunmi, Riliwan Ajao, Abulsalam Abubakar and Lukman Salam.

The Spokesman stated that investigations are still on the way and that the suspects would soon be charged to court.


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