Police have arrested 30 people suspected to be internet fraudsters at a house at Tabora Alhaji in Accra, according to a report by the Daily Graphic.
29 of the 30 suspects are Nigerians, the report said.
The police retrieved 34 laptops and 48 mobile phones which were allegedly used in committing crimes from the suspects.
Police also suspect that the arrested men are also linked to a dead body that was found wrapped at the Apenkwa neighbourhood two weeks ago. .
The house was reportedly kept under surveillance for some time by police before law enforcement agents swooped in and arrested them at about 7am.
The suspects are: Ike Ogu, 24; Ike Iduozi, 23; Blessing Adebayo, 25; Awudu Abdul Razak, 23; Daley Emmanuel, 26; Moses Madjaki, 30; Onaghnise Osahou, 24; Peter Andrews,25; Benjamin Akumeze, 25; Kelvin Osayi, 23; Oforufemi Adrigu, 25, Anthony Irughe, 22 and Kelvin Uche, 22. .
Others are: Timothy Irughe, 22; Elvis Uzeogbu, 24; Owen Zakari, 24; Joe Steve Obozu, 29; Festus Owubu, 25; Abraham Femi, 24; Suleman Abudu, 25; Abraham Femi, 24; Age Michael, 25.
The rest are: Philip Aghariaha, 25; Nathaniel Owobu, 27; Teddy Atigbin, 23; Henry Onege, 27; Daniel Ukuokolo, 21; Osas Uhuns, 22; Kelvin Ola, 23, Lucky Osahou,21 and Yakubu Dido, 26.
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