The Economic and Monetary Crimes Commission has arrested 50 suspected files superhighway fraudsters in Oyo Convey.
Consistent with experiences, the suspected fraudsters were nabbed at Alaro Sango, Agbaje Ijokodo and Apete Aladura areas of Ibadan, the capital.
The raid was declared through an announcement by the EFCC Spokesperson, Wilson Uwujaren onTuesday.
Uwujaren acknowledged thirty-four of the suspects had been indicted in the continued investigations.
They’re Badmus Abeeb, Ibrahim Ahmed, Adeyemo Babatunde, Abdulrashid Ajagbe, Olajide Okiki Peter, Hassan Yusuf Atanda, Yusuf Olasupo Salaudeen, Bello Ahmed Bamidele, Adewale Damilola.
Tosin, Kolawole Yusuf Olawale, Nicholas Ferdinand, Keshiro Olanrewaju, Falana Victor Dapo, Abogunrin Emmanuel, Bosun Tomiwa Tunde, Shelter Chibundo, Banjoko Idris, and Adebayo Akorede.
Others are Awoyinka Afeez Ayodeji, Afonja Olarenwaju, Akingbade Taofeek, Ezekiel Adekunle, Ganiyu Sodiq, Abioye Abiodun, Ogunbayo Daniel, John Timileyin.
The reduction: Ominiyi Daniel, Adeniyi Idris Sodiq, Joseph James, Adeyemi Segun Oluwaseun, Adeleke Rasheed, Saliu Tomiwa Rasheed, Itoro Edet Ime and Oseni Nasirudeen
“Some objects extinct in perpetrating the crime were recovered”, Uwujaren added.
After thorough investigations, the suspects will be processed for court.
Within the meantime, the Economic and Monetary Crimes Commission (EFCC) acknowledged it is a long way not compulsory for Nigerians to assemble bank accounts in the wake of the inflow of untrue activities in the banking sector.
Furthermore, the EFCC cautioned in opposition to americans the bid of mere cell phone numbers to launch their bank accounts. “In terms of 40 per cent of Americans prevail in not gather accounts. So, it is a long way not very compulsory for each person in Nigeria to assemble a bank sage,” acknowledged Bawa Usman, zonal head of the EFCC in Sokoto.