Nigerian media personality, Noble Igwe, has stepped in to help in the fight against fraudulent activities in Nigeria, and he has already listed some major fraud fronts in Nigeria.
According to Noble Igwe who called on EFCC to do more in the fight against financial crimes, some major fraud fronts in Nigerian include; Record labels, Estate/Property Business, Car selling businesses among others.
His tweets was a reaction to the report of EFCC operatives raid at Club 57 In Ikoyi, which led to the arrest of 12 ‘Yahoo Boys’
Record label Estate/ Property Business Car Selling business The Above are major 419 /fraud fronts in Nigeria.
EFCC needs to have a waiter stationed at every club within Lekki & VI. After last night,club owners are going to record low sales and Uber drivers will be busy tonight.
Online stores and stores on Admiralty/Fola Osibo are used for money laundering.
Armed robbers on instagram are regarded as G boys but in reality,their’s a different type of stealing.
People steal and then turn around to blame the government for making them criminals. Anyone that defends a criminal is a criminal and while we have a list for people advocating rape culture,we should also have one for such people.
An armed robber is an armed robber. You are a thief armed with a computer.
Recall that few months ago, Nigeria’s music star and entrepreneur, Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo popularly known as D’banj disclosed that most of the new generation record labels in Nigeria are founded by Yahoo boys.
D’banj, who was one of the panellists who discussed the topic, ‘Changing The Game: Artistes As Leaders’ at the 2018 Social Media Week in Lagos, said most label owners are operating blindly as they know nothing about music.
The ex-member of the defunct Mo’hits music crew further said that owners of record label do not know anything about music.
D’banj said, “Most of the new generation record labels are founded by Yahoo boys. You must understand first, why you are coming into music.
“Nigerian artistes need a lot of capacity building. It is only in Nigeria that the owner of a record label doesn’t know anything about music.”