The Police have arrested 24 suspects fora alleged cybercrime and different similar offences.
They have been nabbed for alleged involvement in on-line relationship scams, producing and deployment of pretend financial institution signals, hacking and fraudulent cord transfers, cyber stalking and impersonation of high-profile personalities.
Amongst them used to be Henry Ushie, first arrested in 2017 via the IRT for impersonating the ACP Abba Kyari, the Commander IRT, on Fb
He had were given bail from the courtroom however went again to identical crime.
On Monday, a Police commentary on Twitter, stated operatives once more arrested Henry, 30, a graduate of Statistics from Anambra State College.
Additionally arrested have been his brothers Emmanuel Ushie, 23; and Matthew Ushie, 28, an OND graduate from Federal Polytechnic Oko.
The crowd ran “a pretend Frank Mba Basis checking account with FCMB”.
They allegedly used “a pretend Fb account and defrauded Nigerians beneath the pretext that the basis is elevating cash to lend a hand prone Nigerians throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.”
Police stated Henry, recognized because the chief, used to be arrested remaining Thursday at a hideout in Ihiala, Anambra State.
His siblings have been apprehended afterwards.
The commentary added all of the suspects will likely be charged to courtroom after the belief of investigations.
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