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  • I scam foreigners maga for defrauding our forefathers- Arrested Yahoo Boy makes questionable revelations

  • A suspected internet fraudster, popularly
    known as yahoo boy, who was arrested has made questionable revelations concerning his motives that got him involved in scamming activities, he said he purposely scammed his foreigners for they've also stole from their forefathers.
    I scam foreigners maga for defrauding our forefathers- Arrested Yahoo Boy makes questionable revelations



    The suspect identified as Endurance Ahunwan, made this statment upon interrogation after his arrest by operatives of the special task force of the Uyo Zonal Office of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, on Thursday June 20, 2019.

    Endurance and his accomplices were arrested at an apartment on Parliamentary Extension, Akai Efa, Calabar, the Cross River State capital, the agency reports.

    The all male suspects are: Endurance Ahunwan (28), Nohuwan Frank (26), Dominic Chidiebere (28), Idehe Efosa (17), Patrick Edos (27),

    Samuel Ukiwe (21) and Michael Edward 25.

    Others are: Destiny Efe (17), Hope Yusuf (19), Harrison Esi (17) and Igbinigun Osamudia (17).

    Seventeen-year-old Esi was found hiding in the roof of the apartment along with some of their tools of operation.


    According to him, their leader, Ahunwan instructed him to conceal himself and the gadgets in the roof in order to prevent his arrest and confiscation of the tools.
    I scam foreigners maga for defrauding our forefathers- Arrested Yahoo Boy makes questionable revelations

    “Our leader ordered me to hide in the ceiling with the gadgets so that I will not be nabbed also,” Esi said.


    Upon arrest, Ahunwan the prime suspect, confessed that he recruited the team, saying they were paying back Europeans for stealing from their forefathers.

    He also alleged that the parents of the arrested accomplices gave their consent and pleaded with him to help their children secure a means of livelihood.

    Items recovered from the suspected fraudsters include: 10 laptops, eight internet modems, several sophisticated telephone handsets, including one iphone, technical devices and scam emails.
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