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  • EFCC Captures 3 Yahoo Boys For N120 Million Fraud (Photos)
  • The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission,
    EFCC, Ibadan Zonal Office recently arrested
    Osemwingie Ede Joseph, Idede Stanley and
    Oseyomwanbor Marvelous for offences bordering
    on stealing and obtaining money under false
    pretence running to the tune of over
    N120,000,000.00 (One Hundred and Twenty
    Million Naira).
    The suspects, Ede (59), Stanley (20) and
    Marvelous (19) were arrested respectively
    following a petition received by the commission
    from a complainant (name withheld) , who alleged
    that sometimes in October 2016, he made
    payment for a trip in one of the Nigerian Airlines
    (name withheld) via their website for himself and
    three of his colleagues from Lagos to Port
    Harcourt. Whilst trying to pay, he had difficulty
    with the platform and decided to call the contact
    Number on the website.
    According to the petition, the fellow who attended
    to him via the call instructed him to proceed to
    ATM and effect a transfer which he did
    immediately and transferred the sum N120,000.00
    (One Hundred and Twenty Thousand Naira Only)
    to an account allegedly belonging to one
    Oghenetejiri Stanley Idede. After payment, all
    efforts to get his payment approved seemed
    abortive. It was at this point that he realised that
    he had been duped, hence his complaint to the
    EFCC.
    Preliminary investigation by the operatives of the
    Commission revealed that one Success
    Osemwingie who was the primary suspect
    alongside his cohorts; Idede Stanley and
    Oseyomwanbor Marvelous were the syndicate
    behind the fake transaction.
    However, investigations further revealed that there
    are two others: Francis Otagogo Ojemiri and
    Uhunmwangho Aisosa Charles, who are still at
    large. The fraudsters, including those at large,
    operated over Fifty accounts in different banks
    with which they defrauded unsuspecting victims
    to the tune of over N120,000,000.00 (One
    Hundred and Twenty Million Naira).
    These fraudsters allegedly hosted cloned websites
    of Airlines and other online services providing
    organisations, to fleece unsuspecting members of
    the public of their hard-earned money. Members
    of the public are warned through this exposure to
    exercise more caution while patronising online
    business platforms.
    The suspects will be charged to court as soon as
    investigations are concluded.

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