The lnternational Police (Interpol) in Alagbon, Lagos, has commenced internal and external investigations into a case of cyber bullying, internet stalking, defamation of character and threat to life lodged against Canada based Racheal Eboni Osazee Iyonmana.
Agbonlahor Law Firm in Benin City, Edo State, lodged the case with Interpol on behalf of Becky Igiebor who reported persistent cyberstalking to the law firm by the said Eboni.
As at press time, the officials of the International Police (Interpol) in Alagbon, Lagos, Nigeria, have stepped up investigation into the incident with a view to unearth the criminal complaints against the said Eboni.
Statements and other necessary information have been collected by the Interpol for further investigation. Report says the interpol in Ottawa, Canada will be contacted immediately as part of the investigation as Canada is one of the signatories in the Interpol formation worldwide.
The Interpol is expected to observe other legal proceedures in Nigeria and Canada to ensure that the Said Racheal Eboni Osazee lyonmana is arrested, investigated and prosecuted in either of the two countries for the alleged international offence.
The petition from the Agbonlahor Law Firm which was sent to the Assistant Inspector General of Police , Nigeria Police Force, Force Criminal lnvestigation Department(FCID), Alagbon Close, lkoyi, Lagos was approved and sent to the Interpol for discrete investigation. It was revealed that the said Racheal Eboni Osazee Iyonmana is notorious with bullying people on the internet.
Report says one Pastor Moses was recently severely bullied with his pictures displayed all over the internent by the said Eboni.
Cyberstalking is a crime in which someone uses the internet or other electronic means to stalk or harass an individual, group or organisation.
The content directed at the target is often inappropriate and sometimes even disturbing which can leave the person feeling fearful , distressed, anxious and worried. This is an international crime which many persons have been convicted with jail sentence.