UNIPORT SUG President Urge EFCC To Give Fair Hearing To 74 Students Arrested For Internet Frauds
The Students Union Government (SUG) of the University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT) has reacted to the arrest of 74 students of the school by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC)The Students Union Government (SUG) of the University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT) has reacted to the arrest of 74 students of the school by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
The EFCC had on Friday arrested 74 suspected internet fraudsters in various parts of Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
The Students’ Union is asking the EFCC to give fair hearing to the scores of students arrested during its raid last week.
In an interview with Journalists, the UNIPORT SUG President, Gift Ubabuike, also asked the EFCC to establish a student’s desk at the Commission.
The suspects arrested are: Promise Sunday, Ukala Goldman, Isaac Golden, Peter Ikechukwu, Bankole Olamide, John Chiemela, Thomas Martins, Dr Victor, Emmanuel Owuma, Emmanuel Sekun, Philip Abaku, Emmanuel Egwuanumku, Thompson Charles Lekia, Ken Anelele Marvel, Kelechi Prince, Ugochukwu Ukaigwe, Ake John, Victor Madu, Moses Jubril Akrah, Jonathan Jeffery, Noble Lot, Success Umukoro, Precious Michael and Christabel Enoch.Others are Desmond Ogu, Louis Abbas, Donaldson Ugbo, Kelvin Dickson, Henry Messiah, Godwin Egwelike, Timinepre Esuku, Mathew Kelvin, Alfred Friday, Nyderson Mufisa Nwogu, Boyle Edward, Ifeanyi Elum, Richard Welle Chikodi, Ogu Raymond, Tamunoturoko Briggs, Kenedy Patrick, Shadrach Savior, King Nwonuma, Chisom Umah, Joseph Effiong, Kelvin Ifeanyi, Birabil Lessi Junior Goodness, George Nnamdi and Doro Precious.
Items recovered from them include five exotic cars, different brands of phones, laptops, ATM cards, among others.