Meet 27-Year-Old Yoruba Man Who Was Declared Wanted By EFCC After He Allegedly Stole $2 Million
By Naija_news | self meida writer
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In case you have not seen screenshots of the 27-Year-Old Yoruba Boy who was declared wanted by the EFCC,after he stole $2 Million, then you will have to check it out below.
The rate at which young Nigerians involve themselves into fraud these days is becoming too much and alarming.
Few hours, the economic and financial crimes commission (EFCC) took to their Twitter page and shared screenshots of a 27-Year-Old Yoruba Boy who they just declared wanted after he Allegedly Stole $2 Million. More reports from EFCC made it known that the name of this 27-year-old boy is Yusuf adebowale Bello, he is a native of ipeju Lekki, Lagos state, Nigeria.
In this article, I will be sharing screenshots of the 27-Year-Old Yoruba Boy who was declared wanted to EFCC after he Allegedly Stole $2 Million.
Check out screenshots below:
Things are really happening in Nigeria.
How can a 27-Year-Old Boy Singlehandedly defraud $2 Million from someone.
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