The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, have arrested one Deborah Okiemute, hours after she flaunted her flashy lifestyle on social media.
Deborah, identified as Sassie Dira on Facebook, was arrested with three other suspects in Makurdi, Benue state.
On Saturday, May 1, the young lady had shared photos of herself posing with a flashy car while calling on people with ‘royal blood’ to link up with her.
”First day of the month looking absolutely stunning as usual, fake life at its peak but don’t borrow clothing to show off fully focused for the kingdom and the king’s spec only those with Royal blood should DM,’‘ the lady captioned her post.
However, hours after she had made the post, the EFCC arrested her and three others over alleged involvement in internet fraud.
In a statement by the Commission’s spokesman, Wilson Uwujaren, on Tuesday, the EFCC said the suspects were picked up last Saturday in Makurdi and its environs.
He noted that the four suspects, who are part of a syndicate of internet fraudsters, were picked up based on intelligence report on their “alleged criminal activities” in Makurdi, will soon be charged to court.
The statement read: “The Makurdi Zonal Office of the EFCC on May 1, 2021, arrested four members of a syndicate of internet fraudsters in Makurdi, Benue State.
“The suspects, Gideon Damisa, Sunday James, Friday Ebosele and Okiemute Deborah, were rounded up by operatives of the commission following intelligence report on their alleged criminal activities in and around Makurdi metropolis.
“At the point of arrest, the principal suspect, Gideon Damisa, was in possession of a Mercedes Benz GLK 350, one IPhone, two Pro Max, two Infinix phone and ATM cards among others.
“They will soon be charged to court.”