Yahoo boys release dog to attack EFCC operatives

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There was mild drama in Agara area, Ibadan when a group of yahoo boys released a dog to attack EFCC operatives who were carrying out a raid which ended in their arrest. 

It was further gathered that one of the yahoo boys who unleashed a dog on the EFCC operatives, tried to conceal useful information that could help the commission in their investigation by smashing his android phone.

Read the full statement below;

Some suspected internet fraudsters have been arrested after unleashing a dog on detectives from EFCC, Ibadan zonal office, on Wednesday, at Agara area One of the suspects allegedly instructed the guard to release the dog to attack the men in other to resist arrest, however, the trick failed, as the detectives dislodged the dangerous dog and carried out an extensive search on the apartment before arresting the suspects. Again, out of desperation to conceal useful information that could help the commission in their investigation, one of the suspects smashed his android phone with the intention to destroy the gadget and deny access to the data therein.

The attempt equally failed as the operatives took possession of the broken phone and deposited it with the forensic unit for proper analysis of the recovered data. Suspects arrested in the operation are Paul Afolabi, Balogun Ibrahim Adebayo, Izu Ibobo Chukwunalu, Abe Tolulope, Onifade Gidion Idowu, Komolafe Tosin and Igwe Kinsley Otuu.

Yahoo boys release dog to attack EFCC operatives

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