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Yahoo! Yahoo!(internet Fraud) In Nigeria Which Way Out?

YAHOO! YAHOO!!(INTERNET FRAUD) in nigeria which way out?

EFCC IS AAL OUT NOW PROBABLY THE POLICE JOIN IN EMASS TO GO AGIAINST THIS UNCONTROLABLE PROBLEM

BOYS ARE MAKING THE MONEY OUT OF FRAUDULENCE MEANS , THE IMMAGE F THE COUNTY IS FURTHER BEEN TERNISHED. DONT THIS BOYS HAVE CONCIENCE ATALL?CANT SOMEBODY DO SOMETHUING? WHICH WAY OUT ?

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guy i like your comment like alomo bitter gud to hear from you

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only one solution. ban ibos and yorubas from internet cafe and dont let them av one at home.

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Stop being ridiculous, a death penalty for cheating, come on man b serious, you are taking it too personal, its bad, we all know that, people lying for sex or money, same crime to me, meaning some of your family members should b killed too,

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@Thor. You are sick. i can tell you need some help. U don fall mugu b4? ha ha sorry man, if mugu fall man go wack.

Lets get serious, I believe government can work with internet service providers to monitor sending of such mails. Also, the international community should create awareness through TV ad and other means. They should educate people about scam mails. These yahoo boys are really bringing bad image to our country.

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E bi like say them scam you abi.pele you don send girl 3000 naira credit for transport.lol

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@lucabrasi

Seems you "countered" some of my posts on different topics and this is just the one i agree with.Nice one.Positive talking there.

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and execution will eradicate it??

wonder why it has not worked in the united states then,

i think their skills should be utilised for positive stuffs,if for instance there could be out sourcing of i.t human resounces just like they have in india,they can be trained and employed in hundreds of thousands,the big influential i.t guys who are of nigerian descent in western world,with the likes of cisco and other software testing e.t.c estabs could make this happen or the government could make this happen same as multinationals transferring call centre jobs here,government can assure them of generous tax breaks and other grants,give them land e.t.c

i bet you yahoo yahoo will disappear overnight,as the average nigerian youths unlike others want a chance to work hard for their money

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Thank you jare.At least one person don yan wetin make sense.

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naija sef, make yahoo stop first u go relocate go ghana, naija go hot for u, even parents dey enjoy am, corruption should be wiped out from the big big leaders then to d masses, if not no way, come to abuja and see wat people are doing with govt money u go cry, yahoo no even get mouth sef, u go see house of 300million confirmed.

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Is that so?And how many death sentences should be given to our so called leaders who get into power with only one intent, TOO LOOT the treasury.Cowards, na small thief una get mouth to talk about.

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I'm not a yahoo boy and i definitely don't support your argument.Yahoo yahoo is bad.I agree but have you for once thought what the situation of this country would be like without yahoo?Arm robbery would be so rampant,even police stations would be robbed.A lot of lives have changed through yahoo.Like it or not over 28% of students in campus fund their studies either partially or totally from yahoo, businesses and jobs have been created from yahoo, all to mention a few.

You talk about them denting our so called "country" image.You have the guts to talk about they that make a few hundred or thousand dollars but you are gutless to talk about those in power that rip off billions of naira on a daily basis.It's people like you that take this country back.Cowards.

Why didnt you mention the over $16 billion USD Obasanjo stole?How about the other trillions of naira that's unaccounted for?Why didnt you talk about Ibori,Alams or Tafa?Na small thief you get mouth for.Nonsense.Yeye dey smell.

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