Following the reports, Nigerians took to their various Twitter accounts to address the issue including style influencer Noble Igwe who made it clear he was against these fraudsters, often called Yahoo Boys.
Noble Igwe also made some comments about certain businesses being fronts for fraud.
See his posts below:
N I G E R I A It’s Our Country & We can all make it better. We All have a role to play. Our Politicians are stealing us blind but we can’t balance that scale by stealing from one another. We can’t be motivational speakers only when it suits us. To create a better tomorrow,we have to clean up the today.
After his tweets, comedian Abisoye Olukoya Michael took to his page to call Noble Igwe out, tagging him a “snitch,” saying he’s putting genuine businesses at risk.
Call Me A Fraudster Or Whatever Rocks Your Boat, If I Am One The Search Should Be Left For The Police Or Armed Forces. I Am Not Fighting For Anybody, I Just Know That Unity & Loyalty Is Key To Being One Amongst The Youth ( This Generation ) Should Come First. Let Whoever Does Wrong Get Arrested & Convicted By The Police Themselves . DONT SNITCH ON YOUR BROTHERS !! IT CAN NEVER SOUND RIGHT TO ME. Trolls, Come At Me, I have Time Today
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