The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has transferred a warning to Nigerian fraudstersa.k.a Yahoo boys, as it notes that there’s no caching place for them, especially those going spiritual.
On Facebook, the anti-graft agency wrote: “Yahoo boys now going Spiritual Even doing money Ritual And making it the new Usual We will come for those Individual(s) Tell them, It wont be business as Usual.”
However, Nigerians on Twitter reacted to the EFCC’s warning.
@Chineberem said: “Attacking them is not the best way to stop it, why not create app loaded with a video of how they operate, put it as an advert to the TV programs as it is been done in the developed country so that people will be educated. Go to the western would, they operate there but no security goes to the street to look for them but mainly for the people that pay them after watching the advert on the national TV.”
@China Gashon: “Abeg make Una rest you people don’t have common sense, Ask yourself what’s the cause of yahoo? how do we reduce it? From there you will work with these fact for me I think we should create more jobs in our various state.”