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MAD OH!! See What EFCC Did That Made This Yahoo Boy Jump From 7 Story Building (Photos below)



A yet- to- be- identified man, on Thursday, jumped from the seventh floor of 1004 Estate in Victoria Island, Lagos State, as operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, extended their tasks to the home.

In spite of the fact that subtleties of the activity couldn’ t be ascertained, it was assembled that the activity was focused at the exercises of Advance Fee Fraud lawbreakers, prevalently called Yahoo boys in the zone.

An eyewitness said the deceased, who was on a visit to one of the flats, on locating the operational vehicles of the operatives accepted they were out to capture his host.

The eyewitness basically identified as ” Fanny” , said for reasons most popular to the deceased, he jumped from the seventh floor not disapproving of the results, adding: ” Shockingly, he supported head injuries and died on the spot. ”

The incident caused apprehension, however the brief intervention of law enforcement agents reestablished routineness to the region.

Another eyewitness, Fusho Alabi, added: ” The officers were not even mindful that he jumped. They had effectively caught all the suspects they came for and were leaving the premises when the yells from occupants caused them to notice the inert body of the person in question. ”

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Affirming the incident, Wilson Uwujaren, Head, Media and Publicity of the commission, said a youngster jumped to his demise at an EFCC tasks site in Lagos.

” The facts confirm that a few operatives of the commission went for an activity at the 1004 Estate in Lagos today (Thursday) and left without incident.

” It was subsequently found from occupants that a youngster in one of the wings of the home jumped from the seventh floor, presumably out of fright, and supported injuries. ”

Likewise affirming the incident, spokesperson, Lagos State Police Command, CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, said: ” We recorded an instance of yet- to- be- identified youngster that jumped from the seventh floor of the 1004 Estate, VI, Lagos, when operatives of the EFCC were on activity at the bequest.

” In light of starter discoveries, the deceased was not so much as an objective of the operatives as he was a visitor at the bequest.

” It was very sad. We will attempt to follow his personality in order to transfer the incident to the family and make an important move. ”

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