The Kwabenya police in Ghana have arrested ten Nigerians suspected to be internet fraudsters, in a house at Ashongman Estate, Accra.
The suspects are identified as Diamond Andy, 22, Benson Romeo, 20, Randy Samuel, 25, Kelvin Agho, 23, Osas Igbo, 21, David Okondu, 23, Praise Onyekwena, 22, Ohis David, 25, Duru Wisdom, 22 and Uyi Ighodaro, 24.
Items retrieved from them includes; six internet modems, 54 different SIM cards, 9 laptops and 5 mobile phones. The suspects, according to DSP James Aseidu, District Commander of Kwabenya Police Station, who led the operation, had set up computers in a room.
The Greater Accra Regional Police Commander, DCOP George Alex Mensah, said the arrests were made on Wednesday, March 21, 2018 around 2pm. “The suspects are often not seen during the day and often move out at night everyday to have fun with friends.
Police also discovered that the suspects do not work but lead lavish lifestyles in the area. This prompted the police to raid the said house to arrest the suspects,” he said.