In a video circulating on the social media has spotted police officers arresting two alleged 'Sakawa Boys' while driving porsche car. Two boys who are believe to be internet fraudsters has been arrested by Nigerian police officers.
From the video it was seen that the police officers were arresting them while they were in a traffic, the police officers numbered of six told the young boys to come out of their car as they bundle them. According to the police officers the young men are suspected to be internet fraudsters (Sakawa Boys). The case as reported happened in one of the States in Lagos called Lekki.
Ever since the video hit online it has received massive reactions from many people. Many people have congratulated the police officers for arresting them while many people also believe that the police officers arresting these young men without an evidence is not right. The big question is, can this method be adopted into Ghanaian system in order to fish out the internet fraudsters? Please share with us your view using the comment section below and don't forget to share to other people.
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