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17-year-old ‘Yahoo Boy’ rescued from master who wanted to use him for ritual for failing to cash out

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EFCC rescue 17-yr-old Yahoo Apprentice just before being used for ritual by his boss for failing to cash out

On Friday, July 1, 2022, agents of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) freed Destiny Peter, a 17-year-old yahoo-yahoo apprentice who was allegedly kidnapped, from an apartment in Mpape, a suburb of the Federal Capital Territory of Abuja.

When Peter contacted the EFCC on its official Twitter account, @officialEFCC, on July 1, he described how some yahoo-yahoo boys had abducted him and intended to use him in rituals. The EFCC responded and saved Peter.

He was instructed to provide a screenshot of his whereabouts to the Commission using the Google Location App on his Android phone, the agency claimed in a statement. Peter tweeted: “Good afternoon sir, I contacted the EFCC hotline and laid some complaints about some yahoo boys wanting to use me for ritual and he said he will look into it.

Although I don’t know the specific location, the house is in Mpape, so I checked Google Map and took a screenshot. Because I don’t want his boys to know what I’m doing, I’m in the restroom. Destiny Peter is my name, and the location is Mpape. Although I’m not sure of the location, I utilized Google Maps to determine that his boys are currently residing in the house. Sir, hold on while I try to make a video.

EFCC rescue 17-yr-old Yahoo Apprentice just before being used for ritual by his boss for failing to cash out

The EFCC swiftly dispatched a team of investigators to the area in response to the twitter warning in order to come to his rescue, and they discovered him imprisoned in a room. Aboaba David, 16, Isaac Johnson, 18, Miracle Moses, 20, a chef, and the head of the gang were all detained after they saved him.

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