A Nigerian undergraduate student of Chemical Engineering and Twitter user @PattyAmaka, took to the platform to make a case for her fraudster friends who have been the major topic across social media platforms since Noble Igwe’s disclosure.
The Nigerian undergraduate who warned those making a case against fraudsters across Nigeria to stop, also added that most of these fraudsters got into the crime because of Idleness. Her tweets reads;
You people should leave yahoo guys alone. You don’t know what made them do what they do, I know its fraud but haba, most of them got into it cos of idleness, no job after 4-5 years in school. Politicians practise fraud in their own way too. Leave yahoo guys alone! Alll na hustle!
Like anything will be done?? They won’t stop. Just understand it, all this thread, twitter noise, won’t stop them. You people are even making them more angry to do more harm. Leave them!
The annoying part is that most of the noise makers know a few yahoo guys but won’t report them to the authorities, yet they on here making useless noises. Pls if u can’t report them, live them alone simple
Why will they be loving strangers, dont they have sense?? In fact yahoo boys are smart. Why would the women love someone they havent seen and be giving them money?
I know. I made this tweet out of anger. Coming online to see yahoo boys this and that. Omo I vex. They should do somthing or keep quiet and leave them. No stress.
Noble Igwe, a Nigerian blogger, ignited a commotion on social media Saturday, hours after calling on the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to intensify its crackdown on financial crimes culprits.
Although the blogger did not mention names businesses or individuals in his advisory to the EFCC, many on the Internet still took serious exception to his action on Saturday afternoon.