Thirty-three suspected internet fraudsters have been arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, in Ilorin, Kwara State and Maiduguri, Borno State.
Twenty of the suspects were arrested in Ilorin while the other 13 suspects were arrested in Maiduguri.
A statement issued by the EFCC Head of Media & Publicity, Wilson Uwujaren, said the suspects were identified as Habeeb Abubakar, Abiola Abiodun, Atitebi Samuel, Emmanuel Mofe Oborirhwoho, John Adamson, Mayowa Akinola Victor, Oluwafemi Smith Ola, Abdullahi Isiak, Orji Daniel Roland, Martinson Adegboyega and Kolawole Temidayo.
Others are Orimadegun Bashir Ishola, Tijani Quadri, Adebisi Kazeem, Umar Abdulkareem, Adebisi Teslim, Okunlola Idris Ayomide, Quadri Lekan, Ukueni Great and Adeyeye Usman.
The suspects were arrested at Egbejila, Airport Road and Offa Garage areas of Ilorin following credible intelligence on their alleged criminal activities.
Those arrested in Maiduguri include Wilson Akpotaire, Adamu Mohammed, Adetoro Suleiman Opeyemi, Musbahudeen Nurudeen Opeyemi and Bolanle Alhassan Olaitan.
Others are; Joshua Ohaneye, Yusuf Philip, Mohammed Tijjani, Ahmed Andrew, Sangari Halilu Amilah, Maina Matakun, Oshalaiye Augustine and Kefas Nesta Victor.
Items recovered from them include different brands of phones, laptops and exotic cars.
The anti-graft agency added that the suspects will be arraigned in court as soon as the investigations are concluded.