The Economic and Financial Commission says it has arrested two more key suspects linked to internet fraud.
Its Port Harcourt Zonal office disclosed this while giving an update on the recent collaboration with the Federal Bureau of Investigation to crack down on cyber crime.
In the last eight months the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission said it has arrested 105 suspects for alleged cyber crime related offences in the south south alone.
And has so far secured 32 convictions in court.
Partnership with FBI in the United States has led to the arrest of two more suspects in Port Harcourt, Rivers State and Owerri, Imo State.
The EFCC laments the effects of cyber crime on the financial fortunes of victims and on the image of Nigeria before the international community.
The anti-graft agency says both suspects will be charged to court when its investigations are concluded.