- Human rights activist Deji Adeyanju has joined the social media war against cyber crimes
- In a recent series of posts, the activist spoke against cyber crimes in Nigeria and commended EFCC for their efforts to curbing the malady
- In addition, he asked they specifically investigate Hushpuppi who has made a name for himself as billionaire Gucci master
Just recently, NAIJ.com reported how over 40 Nigerians were arrested by the Police Intelligence Unit in Ghana over suspicions of engaging in cyber crimes. A social media war against the rising number of young internet fraudsters has been on-going for a while. Human rights activist, Deji Adeyanju joined in with his views.
In a series of post, Adeyanju spoke against the epidermic which seems to be encouraged by those who worship "wealth" regardless of the source. His outcry was how such practice was diminishing the moral standards the youths of the country should adhere to.
In his posts, he condemned the so called "yahoo boys" who make a living off defrauding gullible foreigners and worst, waste the ill-gotten money on frivolities. Read his posts below:
The activist also commended the anti-graft agency, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on their recent efforts in curbing the malady by making arrests of such culprits in clubs and corners of Nigeria.
Deji also pointed out that the EFCC should investigate Hushpuppi, a young Dubai-based Nigerian who has made a name for himself as a billionaire Gucci master.
Hushpuppi is an Instagram famous celebritiy who flaunts his material wealth with no major source of income. Although he has claimed to be a business man and a Gucci ambassador, there is nothing about what he does to make so much money.
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