Reports Reaching Naija News suggest that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has declared ‘war’ on the students of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH)
Naija News reports that the move by the anti-graft agency is to curb the high rate of cybercrimes alleged in the institution.
The commission’s chairman, Ibrahim Magu revealed this plan, at a meeting held on Thursday, February 7. Magu stated that the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) students’ cases of cybercrime is different and that the EFCC has already started making plans to curb the activities of the students.
In a brief statement made available to Naija News, Magu said; “Due to this fact, I will want them (the students who are into cyber crimes in the school) to get themselves ready as the EFCC officials will start action concerning the institution any moment from now”.
Naija News had reported that the anti-graft agency recently apprehended some internet fraudsters and recovered a whopping sum of #31 million nairas.
In a similar development, the EFCC had arrested about six suspects including females EFCC had arrested about six suspects including females. Fetish materials such as ladies panties among other items alleged for the purpose of rituals were recovered from them.