Malaysian immigration arrests 12 Nigerians for 'illegal online gambling' (Photo)

Twelve Nigerians were among 14 outsiders captured by Malaysian Immigration Department this week when its men busted an unlawful web based betting activities at an apartment suite in Kajang. 

The betting tasks were kept an eye on by two Chinese. Migration executive general Datuk Khairul Dzaimee Daud said the group discovered two Chinese nationals in one of the units and held onto six workstations, 18 cell phones and 19 hard plate drives. 

Khairul drove the activity including the police, just as officials from the Malaysia Civil Defense Force and the National Registration Department. "One of the men was with no reports, while the other was found with a lapsed social visit pass," he said after the activity led somewhere in the range of 12.30am and 2.45am on Saturday (Oct 5). 

The case has been given over to police for further examinations, revealed Khairul said that during the attack, a portion of the Nigerians attempted to escape by bouncing from windows while others stayed calm when they were posed inquiries. 

Each of the 14 will be brought to the Immigration confinement station in Bukit Jalil for further examination under Section 6(1) and Section 15 of the Immigration Act 1959/63 for not having lawful travel reports and exceeding.

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