A young lady recognized as "Sassie Dira" has landed herself into the net of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), in Makurdi, after posting with an expensive items (a car and clothing accessories) on Facebook. The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission have been on the lookout recently, due to the increase in the numbers of cyber criminals popularly known as "Yahoo Boys".
One of the things that baffles me nowadays, is the rate at which cyber crimes are now being accepted in the society, to the extent that some parents are now encouraging their children into cyber crimes.
According to reports reaching the desk of HamzatHaxan from Facebook, the lady who is from Ughelli in Delta State, but resides in Makurdi, was arrested by EFCC for alleged internet fraud, few days after posting with an expensive car, and it was confirmed that she has no legal sources of income. Although it has not been confirmed if truely or not she owns the car, as most of them are fond of living fake lifes.
My advice is that we need to be careful about the rate at which we admires people's wealth, as most of them are making the money illegal or living fake lifes.
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