Stop doing fraud, I know wetin my eyes see – Yahoo boy warns colleagues moments after EFCC released him (Video)

A suspected internet fraudster commonly known as Yahoo boy has issued a public warning to his colleagues in the business after being allegedly released from detention.

In a video making the rounds on social media he advised anybody actively participating in fraudulent activities to desist forthwith.

According to the guy whose name is yet to be ascertained, he was just released from the custody of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.

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The young man who madethe video outside EFCC office in Lagos noted that he knows what he witnessed in their detention and does not want others to experience same treatment.

He said; “If you know say you dey do fraud, try stop. If you know say you be fraudster, try stop. Una dey see am? na EFCC custody be this. Dem just release me now now, na me know wetin my eyes see for here ooo.”

Watch the video below:

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A Kaduna state High Court has sentenced a 19-year-old boy to 12 months imprisonment over offences bordering on internet fraud.

Peterson Enoch, a resident of Millennium City, Kaduna, was arraigned before Justice Darius Khobo by the state Zonal Command of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.

The EFCC Counsel, P. C. Onyeneho, told the court that the convict was one of the suspects arrested at Malali in Kaduna, on August 25, following actionable intelligence about the activities of persons suspected to be fraudsters.

“Upon arrest, one iPhone 12 and Infinix S5 phone were recovered from Enoch and when the phone was analysed, several fraudulent documents were printed from his emails.

“Checks on his profile revealed that Enoch had impersonated one Sandra James and swindled the complainant of $1,000 using fictitious emails,” the prosecutor added.

The judge found the defendant guilty of the charge preferred against him. Khobo sentenced Enoch to 12 months in a correctional centre, with an option of a fine of N100,000 (Hundred Thousand Naira).

He also ordered the forfeiture of the iPhone 12 and Infinix S5 phone recovered from the convict at the time of the arrest to the Federal Government, and to restitute $1,000 to his victim, Kingsley Matthew.