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Sunday, December 01, 2019

EFCC Arrests Operators,And Trainees Of Yahoo Academy

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Operatives of the EFCC, Uyo Zonal Office in a joint operation with some of the Commission's operatives from Abuja, in the early hours of Thursday, November 28, 2019, stormed a building described as 'YAHOO ACADEMY', allegedly used solely for the training of youngsters in various aspects of cyber criminality. .
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During the raid on Essien Essien Street, Ikot Ibiok village in Eket Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State, 23 suspects including operators and trainees were arrested. The suspects were between the ages of 19 and 35. .
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They have confessed that they were undergoing training in various aspects of cyber criminality such as Love Scam, Online Trading Scam, Theft Identity etc.


19 comments:

  1. Other countries like India use their access to internet and IT skills to create software hubs where companies all over the world outsource to, our Nigerian youths will rather use their skills to steal and disgrace the country further.

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  2. This thing is getting out of hand.

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    1. Getting???
      Something that has been out of hand and leg since 1999.

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  3. With way people are celebrating ill gotten wealth, I know a day like this will come.

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  4. Yahoo Academy,lol, country hard oo

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  5. Yahoo Academy indeed! Rubbish

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  6. Wawu!!! Yahoo academy? Since they are saying "school na scam". They gotta improvise. This is serious mehn... Some people get mind o

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  7. Is there no way the government can harness these "raw materials"? Maybe absorb the trainers into any of these anti graft agencies?
    Just asking though...

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  8. This is what social media does to the Nigerian youths
    They see the "wealth displayed" some of course are fakes
    and they want to "make it"
    They call it business instead of crime.
    What a shame of a country.

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  9. Na wa o. Yahoo academy! God help us

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  10. See what naija has turned to. What a shame!

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  11. Lol yahoo academy ....
    C'est sérieux

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  12. Hia! Yahoo Academy kwa, this is one of the results of public display of wealth. Every young man wants to 'blow' so as to show off and pepper them with their ill-gotten wealth. God help Nigeria

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  13. Yahoo academy!! What's the criteria for admission? How many years?
    Na wa!

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  14. So sad... Is there still hope for this Nation????

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