Twelve Nigerians arrested for alleged Cyber fraud in Ghana


Twelve Nigerians arrested for alleged Cyber fraud in Ghana



Twelve Nigerians have been arrested by men of the Bole Police Command in the Savannah Region of Ghana for their alleged involvement in Cybercrimes.

The arrest was carried out in two separate operations.

The first operation involved nine suspects, who were arrested around Bole township. They had some electronic gadgets in their possession.

They include Kelechi Chukwudoluwe, 30, Ibeneme Precious, 20, Nelson Chinedu and Emmanuel Ifanyi Chukwu, 23. The rest are Chukwu Eneke George, aged 19, Chibuzor Nweke and Mmaduabuchi Miracle, 20, Peter Eboh, 23, and Kwukwe Makachi, 30.

According to the Bole Police Command, a search conducted in their rooms led to the retrieval of 11 laptops and 13 mobile phones.

At Sawaba, a suburb of Bole, police officers arrested three suspects identified as Joshua Wuneh, 24, Ugwu John, 21, and Samuel Chibueze, 25.

Some laptops and mobile phones were found in their possession. The team further found CFA2000, N1500, two Airtel Sim cards, one modem, two earphones, and a wallet containing GH¢25.

The suspects are in Police custody assisting with investigations.

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