The 23-year-old suspect was arrested for defrauding two businessmen by the name, Emeka Aaron and Ahmed Muhammed by making a fake Bank Transfer effect payment of goods he purchased from them.
The command spokesman, Ahmed Mohammed Wakil, said the corp member admitted to being a fraudster and further revealed that he is a graduate of Medical Physiology from a University in Kampala, Uganda.
“The operatives of the States Intelligence Bureau, Bauchi Command acted on credible intelligence which led to the arrest of one Shuaib Abubakar 23 yrs old of Ganjuwa LGA. Shuaib, who is currently undergoing his compulsory National Youth Service (NYSC) at Roni LGA of Jigawa State, was on a visit to his friend in Bauchi.
“The suspect was arrested on 6th May, 2021 after he defrauded two businessmen by name Emeka Aaron and Ahmed Muhammed by making a fake bank transfer to effect payment of goods he purchased from them.
“Upon interrogation, the suspect admitted to being a fraudster. He further revealed that he is a graduate of Medical Physiology from a University in Kampala, Uganda,” SP Wakil stated.
Exhibits recovered from him include; 2 SIM cards, One cellphone, Student ID card of ESGT University in Cotonou, Benin Republic and will be charged to court very soon.
KanyiDaily had reported how the arrsted 3 NYSC members, 19 undergraduates and 10 others on suspicion of committing internet fraud and other cybercrimes in Ibadan.