Young Boy Bags Two Years Imprisonment Over $200 Internet Fraud

In a recent development, a young boy who impersonated Hollywood actor Sylvester Stallone has been sentenced to two years in prison for involvement in internet fraud amounting to $200. 

MOUTHPIECE NGR reports that the arrest was made by Nigeria’s Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

The impersonator, whose goes by the name Abraham Adama, was found guilty of perpetrating fraudulent activities online under the guise of the famous actor, Sylvester Stallone. 

Operating within the realm of cyberspace, the individual utilized the actor’s identity to orchestrate fraudulent schemes, targeting unsuspecting victims for financial gain.

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