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EFCC nabs nine Yahoo boys in Benin



Woman rubs pepper on 12-yr-old’s genitalia

OPERATIVES of Benin Zonal Office of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has arrested nine people for allegedly fleecing money from unsuspecting internet users by fraudulent means.

The alleged fraudsters who were identified as Amafin Collins, Edafitite Abel, Usianene Elizojie, Ojiefor Marvelus, Uduehi Osumor, Geigi Emmanuel Ose, Osaro Osakpolor, Francis Omoiegbe and Onuoba Prince Nonso have their ages ranging between 20 and 35 years.

They were picked up from their various hideouts in Benin City and environs following intelligence reports from security tracking of their movements in what they have nicknamed  cat-fishing.

Items recovered from them at the point of arrest include different brands of luxury cars, laptop computers, mobile phones, flash drives and internet modems.

A statement issued by Spokesman of EFCC, Tony Orilade, disclosed that the suspects are cooperating with their interrogation, adding that they will be charged to court soon.

Similarly, Police in Anambra have arrested a woman for applying pepper on the genital organ of Precious Nwali, 12, before sending her out at night for allegedly stealing N26,000.00 at her residence in Nzekwe Street, near Kwata meat market in Awka.

The suspect who was identified as Mrs. Charity Effiong is presently cooling her heels in detention at Central Police Station, Awka, when one found the girl wandering at around 10.30pm from where she reported the matter to the police, after she spent over 30 minutes washing off the pepper in Nwali’s organs.

Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) OF Anambra State Police Command, Haruna Mohammed, confirmed the arrest but added that the suspect denied applying pepper in her victim’s private part.

“She said the girl stole her N26,000 which led her to remove her pant so she can see whether she hid the money inside her pant, but denied applying pepper  anywhere in her body,” Mohammed said.

However, he said investigation has commenced into the matter.

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