Fraudsters posing as DJ Kaywise, arrested

The Nigerian police has arrested two fraudsters who posed as DJ Kaywise on social media platforms, to defraud unsuspecting upcoming artistes and DJs.

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The fraudsters identified as David Onyema and Ani Hyginus Okonkwo, had opened a Facebook page in the name of DJ Kaywise which they used in promising victims interviews and airplays on Soundcity radio, at a fee.

However after their arrest, the suspects who were shamed were also forced to sign an undertaking, promising to desist from such act.

Recall that few days ago, the popular DJ was involved in ghastly motor accident. DJ Kaywise and DJ Spaxx were both on their way to the airport when the accident occurred, leaving Spaxx and the driver injured. Kaywise, however, came out unhurt.

81 Comments

  1. Maybe they rejoice in their fellow human calamity…why now that the poor guy got involved on an accident..shameless fools.

  2. Why are there so many scammers these days, is it that youths can no longer find legitimate jobs to do or they are just plain lazy and in a hurry to make millions without lifting a finger.

  3. uss not funny the Nigerian youths are thwarting with another persons name on social is not good at all

  4. Good for them. How could they use someone name to commit crime on internet. They must not go unpunish.

  5. Nemesis will catch with you if you keep doing illegal things, he has been arrested let him face his consequences.

  6. Why should always perform fraudulent acts just to make money,like the guys ?can’t they work themselves and put themselves in the limelight and serve as a source of motivation for others?

  7. People are trying getting into this social media scam thing . It’s becoming very alarming . I wonder when you are not cripple and you couldn’t find a job to do

  8. The rate that fraudsters are existing these days is not small all these because of money u will make another person cry for your own pleasure

  9. I personally don’t agree with those justifying these scammers action for lack of decent employment. No excuse is strong enough to make one involve him/herself in untoward activities.

  10. I wish Facebook will device a method of blocking all these fake account, because this imposters things is becoming too much.

  11. More are more youths are going into a life of crime. It is gradually becoming a culture – a destructive culture.

  12. Why posing to be who you are not? Surely you will be caught. When caught who do you think will face the law/shame?

  13. This is actually an eye opener and a call to be more security conscious especially when dealing with people via the social media. So many impersonations in the country

  14. It’s unfortunate how some people use people’s names to defraud people. Let them sign and swear that they will not repeat such thing again.

  15. People are ensues of making money illegally we should be very careful this days beware of “scammers”

  16. The state of Nigeria has now turn so many of our youth into something else unemployment these days is so unbearable that is why our youth engage in all kind of criminal act without knowing that is not the best way to tackle the situation.

  17. My happiness is that all these fraudsters nemesis is catching up with them and God is disgracing them. You want to reap where you did not sow forgetting that you can’t play cards with God and win him. Run away from short cuts because it will cut you short

  18. This is were you guys will realize that quick money ends in behind cell, why not try and make your own name and use it to fled instead as posting as another all in the nam of getting money , you guys are not serious

  19. Youth of our time please you people dont make me believe mr buhari who said our youth are lazzy because am not lazzy ooo.that is the reaspn why o am commenting on this news.You think and do something meaningful with your life.

  20. Youth of our time please you people dont make me believe mr buhari who said our youth are lazzy because am not lazzy ooo.that is the reason why o am commenting on this news.You think and do something meaningful with your life.

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  21. This should serve as a lesson to us, we shouldn’t believe everything on social media. This fraudsters know most people easily believe what’s on the media and they took advantage of it, collecting money from them. We should be careful

  22. Lol, seriously those guys needs some beating…. Thank God also they took undertaking.It will serve as a warning to them.

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