The suspects who were arrested recently on suspicion of being involved in internet fraud are Shiko Romeo, Bobby Edigiu, Henry Nisike and Emmanuel Ayo.
Upon handing the suspects over to the EFCC Benin Zonal Office, operatives of the Commission embarked on painstaking investigations including forensic analysis of their laptops.
The operatives discovered incriminating documents, these were retrieved and printed.
The suspects later confessed to their involvement in internet fraud using fake identification on Facebook in their attempts to hoodwink unsuspecting persons especially European and American women.
One of the suspects, Shiko Romeo, who claims to be a student of National Open University, NOUN, confessed that he scammed the duo of Kitty Zamaripas and Susan various sums of money with a promise of love using the name John Culfer who lives in New Jersey, USA.
The suspects are yet to be arraigned in court by the Benin Zonal office of the EFCC.
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