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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has confirmed that they’re gathering contrite reports on the Nigerians on the US wanted list for money laundering and cybercrime-related offences.
The chairman of the commission, Mr Ibrahim Magu, who was represented by Mr Friday Ebelo, the commission head of Ibadan zonal office at an event in Ibadan.
According to him, about 80 suspected criminals which were mostly Nigerians have been charged for engaging crimes currently under investigation by the US Federal Bureau of investigation.
The names and information gathered were as a result of the cooperation and partnership between the EFCC and the FBI to see that every criminal offence activities and disclosed and made the perpetrators brought to book.
About 263 suspects have been arrested for allege cyber offence in Ibadan and 111 are already convicted just this year.
We have been able to recover some items and properties linked to internet fraud. Some of which are: lands, laptops, vehicles, lots of money both Nigerian and foreign currencies and many other valuables.