Ghana Police arrests 12 Nigerians at Nsawam for engaging in cybercrime

12 Nigerians have been arrested by the Ghana Police Service patrol team at Nsawam for allegedly engaging in cybercrime.

All the 12 suspects were picked up by a night police patrol team in a room at Nsawam where they were operating.

The police retrieved 10 laptops, USB drives, wifi routers, phones etc.

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Speaking to Citi Fm, DSP Ebenezer Tetteh of the Eastern Region Police said the suspects have all been detained and will be screened to assist police in their investigations.

“According to preliminary investigations, the suspects who were spotted had all gathered in one room operating on their laptops and were suspected to be engaging in cyber crime. So the night patrol team quickly strategized and went in to raid the place.” – he added

They have been identified as Affamey Godstime, 23; Sunday Mawis, 21; Paul Mark, 24; Francis Owen, 27; David Orobose, 18; Irobor Gershon, 26; Felix Omoregbe, 28; Courage Mathew, 24; Hussein Abdullai, 24; Olojon Promise, 20; Cyril Joe, 21 and Victor Berry, 23.

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