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EFCC Arrests Two Owners of ‘Yahoo’ Schools, 7 Internet Fraud-students In Benin, Edo State, To Be Arraigned Soon

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Thursday announced that its operatives of the Benin Zonal Command have arrested two owners of ‘Yahoo’ schools, Internet Fraud Coaching Centre (a.k.a HK), and seven suspected internet fraudsters  in Benin City, Edo State.

According to a statement by EFCC Spokesperson, WIlson Uwujaren, the suspects were arrested on Tuesday,  September 13, 2022.

According to the statement by Uwujaren, “the Yahoo school owners, Osagie Ogiemwonyi and Onukwugho Favour and seven of their “students” were arrested at their centres following actionable intelligence worked upon by the Commission.  The seven others are Destiny Ohikwugbe, Chata Okoro, Ighodaro Omede,  Ehigie Idemudia, Lawrence Daniel, Raymond Ogiemwonyi Oghosa and Henry Philip

“Items recovered from the suspects include a Mercedes Benz GLK, Lexus 350,  phones and laptops.

“The suspects  will  be arraigned in court as soon as investigations are concluded.” 

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