A concerned father who wouldn’t see his son make a mess of his life by involving in internet fraud has handed him to the EFCC in Kaduna.
The Commission said it received a report from the concerned father in April 2017 that his son, Adamu, a secondary school student at the time, had acquired a building properties worth N2 million.
Adamu had claimed that he was receiving alerts running into millions of Naira after he bought a new phone line.
His father, however, suspected he was into fraud and reported him.
The anti-graft commission launched investigation which led to the discovery that Adamu withdrew monies in bits from a First Bank account owned by one Porong Daniel Nash, a farmer in plateau state, and credited same to different accounts.
The suspect later named two other accomplices and they were all arrested. The commission also recovered about N939,000 of the money which was returned to Porong.