Destiny Peter, a 17-year-old boy, was rescued from an apartment in Mpape, a suburb of the Federal Capital Territory of Abuja, by officials of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
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On July 1, 2022, Destiny tweeted the EFCC, explaining how some Yahoo boys had kidnapped him and taken him to their apartment in Abuja, where they planned to use him for rituals. He claimed that the EFCC had saved him.
According to a statement from the agency, he was told to give the Commission a snapshot of his whereabouts using the Google Location app on his Android phone.
In his tweets, Destiny wrote; “Good afternoon sir, I called the EFCC number and lay some complaints about some yahoo boys intending using me for rituals and he said I should send a screenshot of the location
The house is in Mpape, but don’t know the exact place so check google map and save the screenshot. I’m in the bathroom because I don’t want his boys to know what I’m doing. My name is Destiny Peter and the place is Mpape. I don’t know the actual place but I used google maps and the people in the house now are his boys. Hold on let me try and do a video, sir”
In response to his post, the EFCC promptly sent a team of detectives to the area to come to his aid. They discovered him imprisoned in a room. They saved him and detained Jamilu Aliyu, 20, also known as Jamilu Smith, the syndicate’s boss, as well as Aboaba David, 16, Isaac Johnson, 18, Miracle Moses, a hairstylist, and Jamilu Aliyu, a 20-year-old cook.
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During questioning, it emerged that Destiny was a suspect’s trainee who had been warned to cash out by deceiving individuals within two weeks or risk being used in rituals.
Smith was identified as the group’s leader by every suspect, and they were all actively seeking for new children to enlist in their fraudulent schemes.Join our Telegram Channel for Updates!!!
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