The suspects were arrested at different locations in the Asaba metropolis based on verified intelligence on their criminal activities.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has arrested 22 suspected internet fraudsters, popularly known as Yahoo Boys, in Asaba, the Delta State capital.
A statement by the EFCC on Friday said the suspected fraudsters were arrested by operatives of the Port Harcourt Zonal Command in an early morning sting operation in Asaba.
It was gathered that the suspects were apprehended at different locations in the Asaba metropolis based on verified intelligence on their suspicious internet-related criminal activities.
The suspects are Saviour Francis; Samuel Okonkwo; Justice Onokeya; Christian Addeh; Collins Addeh; Ifeanyichukwu Ramsey; Kingsley Ikechukwu Nnubia; Great Unuafe Ogaga; Chibuike Chukwuka, Dominic Chukwuka and Precious Omvnogor.
Others include Oreva Ferife; Stephen Kwushue; Emmanuel Daniel; Paul Ugwu; Ochuko Zion; Shedrack Godshelp; Barnabas Ossai; Ekwere Joseph Onyeka; Andrew Ochei, Kelechi Uwaegbu and Ifeanyi Afoma.
Others include four international passports, four drivers licences, one printer, four wrist watches; two automated teller machine cards, four tokens and one Point of Sales (POS) machine.
The statement by the EFCC said the commission would charge the suspects to court as soon as the investigation were concluded.