See Photos Of 3 Student That Were Arrested By Police for Internet Scam

According to crime news reaching us,Men of the Nigerian Police have arrested three undergraduate students in Akure, Ondo state for allegedly perpetrating internet scam.

The suspects were identified as; Fisayo
Adetoro, a 300-Level, Computer Science
student at Joseph Ayodele Babalola
University (JABU), Ikeji Arakeji; Emmanuel
Omole and Wale Ayeni, were recently
expelled from the Federal University of
Technology, Akure (FUTA).


According to a statement from the Ondo
Police Public Relations Officer, Mr. Oluwole
Ogodo, the three undergraduate students
were members of a notorious internet fraud

Ogodo said: “Through online transactions,
the syndicate had, sometime in April 2015,
requested six i-phones valued at Nine
Hundred and Eighty Four Thousand Naira
(N984,000:00k) from Ajiboye Adeyinka Kabir
of No. 3, Oyekunle Street, Ajegunle, Lagos
State. They lied to Ajiboye that they were
working at Government House, Akure.

“Ajiboye brought the six i-phones to Akure
as requested by the syndicate on
10/5/2015. On arrival at Ondo garage
Akure, the three fraudsters took him in
their operational vehicle, a Nissan Armanda
Jeep with Registration Number JS-28-EKY,
and pretended to be heading for
Government House, Akure.


“On the way, they made a detour to
Fiwasaye-Ijapo Road, Akure where they
forcefully took the I-phones from Ajiboye,
and pushed him out of the vehicle in
motion. Ajiboye sustained various degrees
of injuries and was rushed by Policemen at
Ijapo Division to the Police Clinic, Akure for
immediate medical attention.

“On 25/5/2015, the syndicate also
contacted one Akinola Segun of No. 29/31
Awolowo Way, Ikeja, Lagos, and placed an
order for another set of five I-phones
valued at Eight Hundred and Twenty
Thousand Naira (N820,000:00k).

“They again lied that they were lecturers at
the Elizade University, Ilara-Mokin. On
arrival in Akure on 25/5/2015 at about
16:30hrs, they conveyed Akinola in their
operational jeep to a hotel on Ondo Road,
Akure. The three then drugged his food with
swinol tablets and made away with the five

“The syndicate however ran out of luck on
2/6/2015 when they unknowingly contacted
the same Akinola Segun on a different
website and ordered five I-phones, and
deceitfully presented themselves as
lecturers from the College of Agriculture,

“Akinola Segun immediately contacted the
Akure Area Command’s office where the
Area Commander, ACP. Edward Ajogun psc,
with his team of detectives employed
professional tactics that lead to their arrest
of the three students.”

The Police has impounded the alleged
fraudsters’ operational vehicle,a Nissan
Armanda Jeep, with Registration Number
JS-28-EKY, valued at Two Million, Five
Hundred Thousand Naira.

Other items recovered from the syndicate
include: (i) three 16GB I-phones, (ii) one
HTC phone, (iii) one Blackberry Q10, (iv) one
Techno phone, (v) Gold rings, (vi) Gold
necklace and (vii) Gold ear ring.

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