The Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC) on Tuesday arrested a former soldier, Adebisi Jamiu, and 33 others for alleged web fraud.
EFCC spokesman, Wilson Uwujaren, in a press release stated the suspects had been picked from completely different areas in Osogbo, the Osun capital.
Jamiu, 22, and others had been tracked after verified intelligence on their alleged involvement in cybercrime.
They embrace Muritala Olaniyi Lateef, Wasiu Olajide, Wasiu Sadiq, Olaniran Abiodun, Ayodeji Tosin, Olaniran Tayo, Oginni Oluwaseun, Oginni Olatunde, Ojuade Oluwafemi and Ibrahim Wande, Oladiran Olayinka, Akinjobi Akinwunmi, Abayomi Aderohunmi, Olaoluwa Temitope, Idowu Olawale, Lawrence Taiwo.
The remaining are Ojo Gbenga, Tiamiyu Farouk, Oladele Seun, Akiniyi Boluwatife, Olaoluwa Mutiu, Olakunle Omolofe, Olalere Samad, Edbadon Johnson, Oketunbi Kayode, Gbeyide Tomiwa, Oluwanisola Elmuqsit, Bathlomew John, Ibikunle James, Olamide Oluwaseyi, Yusuf Mohammed, Adebola Ibrahim, and Ajayi Muyiwa.
Uwujaren added that the fee will cost them to courtroom after investigations.