Ameera Yusuf took to her Twitter page to narrates how her boyfriend who she now believe is a "Yahoo" boy almost used her for money rituals.
She said Richard told her he was in real estate which she believed. One fateful day Richard asked her to accompany her to Asaba but on reaching there the story changed.
According to her "Dating a Yahoo boy is the most dangerous thing any lady should indulge in".
"I met Richard in the banking hall and he looked all well dressed and spoke politely. We got connected and immediately started spending time together.
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One has to be very careful when dealing with humans. We tend to go into relationships which are not healthy but they tend to stay because of the small gains they get from it. But the question is can you remain in a relationship at the expense of your life? Think about it.
Let's be guided by the people we hang out with some whom we don't know whet they craw out from.
May God direct our steps as we go out in this wicked world.
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