The suspects, Queen and Rowland Kalu, were arrested by operatives of the Lagos Zonal Office of the EFCC on Wednesday, May 4.
A statement by the EFCC Spokesman, Wilson Uwujaren, said their arrest followed credible intelligence received by the Commission about their alleged involvement in computer- related fraud and online dating scam.
Upon their arrest, Queen, who is a graduate of Banking and Finance, allegedly confessed to the crime, saying that she was involved in online dating and had made some money from the crime.
She also disclosed that she helps her brothers, including one Prince Kalu who is at large, to speak to their male victims and defraud them of their money.
The EFCC spokesman revealed that a Mercedes Benz car and mobile devices were recovered from them, and that they would soon be charged to court.
KanyiDaily had also reported that the EFCC arrested a young lady, Deborah Okiemute, for alleged Internet fraud, just a few hours after she flaunted her flashy car on the social media.