Moment A Suspected "illegal" Internet Businessman Was Seen Spraying Money On Busy Road
By Chesterman | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 759 views
The rate of internet fraud in the country has increased drastically over the days as many Nigerians now seem to be venturing into this very scamming business. Some of these suspected internet fraudsters seem to have ended up into this very situation as a result of the fact that their is no job in the country.
At intervals, these internet scammers has been reportedly seen spraying money at busy roads and will tend to cause a traffic jam as people must venture to pick the money. Apparently, a recent video clip of this similar issue which was shared by instablog9ja has gone viral on the internet.
The purported video clip showed the moment a suspected illegal internet businessman as reported by instablog9ja, was seen spraying money at a busy road in Benin. This is definitely not the first time that such cases has been recorded as it tends to happen most often.
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