Due to allegations of fraud, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) detained two siblings, Lateef Afeez Abiodun and Lateef Abdullahi Olalekan.
The operation was revealed by EFCC Head of Media Wilson Uwujaren in a statement on Wednesday.
The suspects were apprehended in Ibadan, the capital of Oyo, along with 24 other people accused of engaging in fraudulent online activity.
Based on actionable intelligence the commission had obtained, they were captured in the Apete region.
Others include Bakari Ibrahim Oluwatosin, Ojekunle Ifakorede Apesinola, Emmanuel Michael Blessing, Shittu Hassan Taiwo, Olubanji Michael Remilekan, and Awotunde Joseph Sunday.
Adeleke Adegoke Yusuf, Ahmad Ridwan Adeniyi, Ahmad Sodiq Adekola, Joshua Sowemimo, Olayiwola David Olateju, Quincy Okonma, Omotayo Bright Happiness, and Okunlaja Joshua Opeyemi. Lawal Ayomide Alani.
The remaining individuals include Nafiu Hassan Ayomide, Shittu Toheeb Ife, Kehinde Abiodun, and Ibikunle Lolade Tanimola, as well as Olasantan Adewola Seyifunmi, John Uroko Amuta, Olaoye Ifasola Ifasegun, and Ayomide Adeleke Olamilekan.
At the time of the arrest, a car, laptops, and various phone brands were found, according to Uwujaren.
Once the investigations are complete, the suspects will be brought before the court.