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Two ‘EFCC Officials’ Caught Trying To Extort Money From Residents

Two fake EFCC officials have been nabbed trying to extort people of their money.

Two men who allegedly impersonated officials of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) have been caught while trying to extort money from unsuspecting residents.

Two 'EFCC Officials' Caught Trying To Extort Money From Residents 1

A Twitter user @SamuelOtigba said the two men were caught in his estate with fake EFCC IDs, accompanied by a man who was holding a rifle and was assumed to be a mobile police officer.

When their plan to extort a resident failed, one of the men tried to escape by jumping from a four-storey building, but he landed on an electric fence. The suspected police officer, however, escaped.

Samuel Otigba said the two men were subsequently handed over to the real the EFCC operatives for proper investigation.

“Omoooo today is wild. We caught 2 men that came into our estate claiming to be EFCC officials, with fake EFCC ids & accompanied with Mopol, trying to extort money from a resident. One of the fake officers tried escaping by jumping from a 4 storey but fell into the electric fence.

“The mobile police officer with a rifle escaped. They have been handed over to the real
@officialEFCC operatives for proper investigation,” Samuel wrote.

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KanyiDaily had also reported how the EFCC arrested a young lady for internet fraud, just a few hours after she flaunted her flashy car on the social media.

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