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Interpol secretly extraditing top Yahoo boys to USA – Rapper N6

Nigerian rapper and media personality, N6 claims the International Criminal Police Organization, INTERPOL, has been extraditing top internet fraudsters to the United States of America.

The Hip Hop artiste made the claim through his verified Twitter account on Wednesday, saying the extradition which has been happening this December, is being done quietly.

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According to N6, when the top fraudsters aka Yahoo boys are arrested, they are flown out and consequently sent to a prison in America.

The OAP wondered if the Nigerian government signed an extradition agreement to Interpol without the knowledge of its citizens.

He wrote; “Interpol has been Quietly picking several Top G-Boys in Naija this December and Extraditing them to US prisons. Did we sign a Recent Agreement that wasn’t Publicized? 🤔”

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Meanwhile, in other news…

Two Nigerian men, Benjamin Okechukwu Udeagwu and Benjamin Amos Olamide, have been convicted and sentenced to three years imprisonment for internet-related offenses.

Justice Ibrahim Musa Karaye of the Kano State High Court handed down the sentences after the defendants each pleaded guilty to one-count charge of internet fraud brought against them by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Kano zonal command.

The charge sheet against Udeagwu reads: “That You, Benjamin Okechukwu Udeagwu sometime in September, 2023 in Kano within the jurisdiction of the High Court of Kano with intent to defraud, obtained the sum of $50 by fraudulently impersonating as Brad George a citizen of United States of America which pretence you knew to be false and you thereby committed an offence of cheating by personation contrary to Section 321 of the Penal Code Law and punishable under Section 324 of same law.”

The charge sheet against Olamide reads: “That you Benjamin Amos Olamide ‘m’ sometime in 2022 at Kano, Kano State, within the jurisdiction of this Honourable Court, did dishonestly induce unsuspecting victims to deliver to you a total sum of $500 (Five Hundred dollars only) to you as Terry Vince who lives in United States of America, through a gmail account which presence you knew to be false and thereby committed an offence of cheating contrary to Section 320 of the Penal Code Law of Kano State and punishable under Section 322 of the same law”.

Justice Karaye sentenced Udeagwu to one year imprisonment with an option of a fine of N20,000, while Olamide received a two-year prison sentence with a N20,000 fine.