A viral video making rounds on the internet, shows a White woman defending young Nigerian men involved in Internet fraud ‘Yahoo boys’ who she claims makes her and other women happy.
The lady who warned the EFCC to back off from arresting yahoo boys, told the anti-graft agency that they (elderly white women) were happy to send the Yahoo Yahoo boys money, saying, “they make us happy.”
Here is the nine seconds video which is currently trending on YouTube below;
Six yahoo boys were recently arrested by the EFCC, and they were picked up in one of their hideouts, Kubwa area, Abuja. The suspects are Ihoeghian Aghasomwan, Precious Osarumen, Enabulele Osazee Frank, Osahon Scott, Efe Ehieorobo and Peter James.
According to Wilson Uwujaren, EFCC spokesman, the operation was carried out on Friday, May 11 by the advance fee fraud section of the commission following an intelligence report on the activities of the suspected fraudsters.
“Surveillance was carried out and the identity and location of the fraudsters who specialize in defrauding innocent citizens both within and outside the country through internet was identified,” Uwujaren said.
“On arrest, some of [the] items recovered from the suspects include – one Toyota Camry 2009, 10 laptop computers, 4 ECOWAS International passports, 17 mobile phones, 2 flash drive, HP printer and Certificate of Award of Asian Professional Security Association in favour of Sun Yaje.
“Also recovered was a travelling bag and air piece check-in bag suggesting Abuja as its destination dated March 19, 2018 labelled with two paper clearance certificate of Custom Controlling Department, International Affairs China, No: 00548 and TDK courier service worldwide express service shipment details with track No: ME103178131.”
14 yahoo boys were also arrested by the Economic and Financial Crime Commission in Badore, Ajah area of Lagos. The suspected fraudsters were arrested following intelligence report received by the Commission about their activities.
The suspects are: Abiola Kayode, Adeleye Adewale, Adeniyi Abiola, Favour Iruabo, Iyiola Olayemi, Lawal Remilekun and Martins Adetunji.
Others are: Obafunsho Oladipupo Samson, Olaleye Bamilola Hassan, Oseni Ridwan, Peter Ayobami Samuel, Peter Toluwabori, Prince Jibril Dirisu and Richard Jerry John.