A Federal High Court judge Sitting in Abuja, on Friday convicted six undergraduates for internet-related offences.
The vacation judge, Justice Nkeonye Maha, sentenced, Quarshie Nnamdi, Emmanuel Ogbole, Charles Iwu.
Others are Nuhu Usman, Ademoyegu Samson, Adunmo Sesan.
Maha convicted and sentenced them to varying terms ranging from three to six months imprisonment, with option of fines N300, 000, after they pleaded guilty to all the charges preferred against them by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
Maha also ordered that the convicts to sign an undertaking to be of good behaviour and never to be involved in EFCC or any other form of fraud within and outside the country, adding that failure to comply will attract judicial sanctions.
Earlier, the EFCC prosecution counsel, George Chia-Yakua informed the court that in June, the convicts were in possession of document of Scanned FBI Logos and U.S. Naval Seal.
The anti-graft agency also said the convicts were caught with documents labeled U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces purportedly signed by Lt.- Gen. T.T Luis Rodulf and U.S Army Judge, Fort Knox, among others, which they knew contained false information.
Yakua, said the offence contravened the provisions of Sections 33 of the Cybercrime Prohibition & Prevention Act, 2015 and section 6 of the Advance Fee Fraud and Other Fraud Related Offences Act, 2006.