Drama As EFCC Storms Uyo, Arrests Two Music Producers, 4 Others For Alleged Cyber Crimes

September 12, 2020
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The suspects

Operatives of the Uyo zonal office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, have arrested two music producers and four others over their alleged involvement in cybercrimes in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State.

The music producers are John Obot and Odok Valentine. While others are; Emdiong Iwoenang, Christian Alvan Okechukwu, Innocent Japhet and Edem Uwana.

They were arrested recently at their apartment located on 3 Ring Road, off Shelter Afrique, Uyo.

Items recovered from them, at the point of arrest, are: five laptops; 11 mobile phones; one grey -coloured Mazda 3, a black- coloured Lexus ES 350 and a silver- coloured Toyota Camry car.

Forensic analyses of the 5 laptops and 11 phones recovered from them, revealed evidences of their various levels of involvement in cyber crimes. Based on the incriminating evidences against them, they all owned up and made confessional statements.

According to EFCC, they will be charged to court as soon as investigations are concluded.

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