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Yahoo Boys Reveal Damning Danger In Getting Money Through Rituals

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“Why We Cannot Leave Despite The Evil Consequences”

While some young adults and teenagers are planning to join the growing number of people who indulge in internet fraud and rituals popular called “yahoo yahoo,” some others are regretting being part of the dirty act.

There is no doubt that many yahoo boys regularly smile to the banks with their fraudulent income, but it appears that the saying that “not all that glitters is gold” is apt to describe what they are experiencing after joining the league of money ritualists on a daily basis.

Some of the boys opened up about their wealth and the source of it in an interview, and admitted that they have millions of dollars in the bank, some of which they have used to buy latest cars, build costly mansions and acquire many good things of life.

They however confessed that their lives are characterised by pain and sorrow because of ritual sacrifices they have to perform every month.

A typical yahoo boy, who simply gave his name as Abudu revealed that although he had over $2 million dollars in his account and a six-bedroom mansion at Kasoa in the Central Region, his life is miserable, while revealing that the spiritualist who made him wealthy ordered him to perform a task every five weeks.

34-year-old Abudu revealed that the “easiest” of the tasks is to sleep with 70 dark-skinned girls in a month and take their v*** fluids to the spiritualist.

Abudu stated that he felt lucky each time he got such a task, as, according to him, the other tasks were unimaginable, adding that if he refused to obey, he would suffer grave consequences.

He disclosed that two months to the interview, he was in a restaurant eating, when the spiritualist ordered him to sleep with his sister as his monthly task.

He stated that he refused the order, and that as a consequence, he developed skin rashes all over his body for over two months.

He took off his jacket during the interview to reveal a hidden foam, which was soaked with fluids from the sores on his back.

The sores were also emitting a nasty smell as revealed by the reporter who did the interview.

It was gathered that Abudu uses strong-scented perfumes to eliminate the smell.

His friends, Samson and George (not their real names) also shared how they got involved in the dirty act, saying that they had sacrificed two babies that were a day old as part of the initiation ceremony.

“I want to stop. I want to give all I have away and just have my peace of mind. It is tough,” George said.

The three men stated that they wanted to quit, but that it appeared impossible, as they revealed that three of their friends had died after failing to perform tasks laid out by the spiritualist.

On how he got involved, Abudu stated that a childhood friend at Swedru in the Central Region introduced him to the practice five years prior to the interview.

He said that the friend, Kudu (not his real name) had been doing Sakawa for over eight years and was madly rich, with over $5 million dollars in his bank account.

According to him, at a time many young people were struggling to make a living, Kudu had a four bedroom mansion with a swimming pool and a wine bar.

He revealed that Kudu also had a mansion in Takoradi and another one in Tema.

Abudu said that apart from the poor life he was living, the wealth and ostentation displayed by his friend lured him into Sakawa.

He disclosed that he initially started with internet fraud and after months of cultivating clients online, he defrauded an Ukrainian woman of $2000.

He said that the money realised from the practice was not enough for the “big man” kind of life he wanted, so he went into the proper sakawa that involved rituals and sacrifices.

He stated further that before getting involved in sakawa, he was not told about the mandatory sacrifices he had to perform every five weeks.

For his initiation, Abudu revealed that he slept in a coffin at midnight for three weeks, after which he was given a liquid potion to smear on his body every day for a period of three months.

“Finally, I was instructed to sleep with four girls in a day and deliver their pants to the spiritualist,” he said.

When he was asked what happened to those girls, Abudu stated that he did not know because, “I was told not to ask questions.”

He said he was also made to perform what he called the “ultimate sacrifice”.

He however, refused to discuss what it meant or entailed.

He said that he became “insanely” rich, with over $2 million dollars in his bank account four months after the rituals and the “ultimate sacrifice.”

Asked how he got the money, he said that his bank called him and told him that some unknown foreigners had deposited a huge amount of money in his account.

Abudu said that after over two years of performing the monthly sacrifices, he was tired and frustrated and wanted a way out.

“Today, you will be ordered to do this; tomorrow you will be asked to do something unimaginable. It’s a hell on earth for me,” he lamented.

As if these were not enough, Abudu said that his friend, who introduced him to Sakawa, fell seriously ill after failing to perform a mandatory task he was given.

“He had sores all over his body and a big boil in his anus. He is really suffering,” he said.

When asked what he would do to free himself from the sakawa scourge, Abudu replied, “I don’t know.”

“With all these, one only hopes and believes that young men and women would learn from the boys and follow a path of hardwork and resilience rather than following the fast lane,” said an observer, who added that anyone who wants to get rich quick should weigh the consequences “before entering an irreversible damnation.”

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“We Killed NBA Chairman Barrister Emeka Emmanuel Agundu For Stealing N18Million” – Morocco Based Internet Fraud Gang Member Confesses

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39-year-old Kenechukwu Eze, a native of Amoli Edem in the Nsukka Local Government Area of Enugu State, on Wednesday, said his gang members killed one Emmanuel Agundu because he withheld the N18m they realised from Internet fraud. The money was reportedly paid into his Nigerian bank account.

Agundu, who was the Chairman of the Nigerian Bar Association, Udenu branch, was shot on August 15, 2018, at Obollo-Afor in the Udenu Local Government Area of the state by unidentified gunmen around 7pm, but he survived the attack.

However, on September 2, 2018, he was trailed to Uru-Uwani Edem in the Nsukka Local Government Area around 2pm and shot dead.

Although one of the gunmen was arrested and remanded in prison custody, Eze, a member of the five-man gang of Internet fraudsters based in Morocco, was apprehended on Wednesday, July 10, 2019, by the personnel of the Enugu State Police Command.

Parading the suspect at the state police headquarters alongside 18 were arrested across the state for various offences ranging from armed robbery, kidnapping, car snatching, vandalism, cultisim, unlawful possession of firearms and murder, the state Commissioner of Police, Suleiman Balarabe, said Eze was arrested with the help of credible intelligence, adding that the police had been tracking him since Agundu’s death.

Balarabe said his arrest was part of the command’s efforts to rid the state of criminals.

“We are also striving towards reducing crime to its barest minimum through proactive measures without losing sight of the respect for human rights and the rule of law,” the CP stated.

Speaking during the parade, Eze confessed that his group killed the legal practitioner, adding that the person who shot Agundu had been arrested and remanded in prison.

He said;“I didn’t know the lawyer in person, but one of our members brought him to join us in the business. His job was to supply a bank account to pay the money we realised into.

“So, we paid a total of N18m into the account he supplied and when we asked him to provide the money, he rebuffed us. Instead of making the money available for us to share according to our agreed formula, he started threatening to report the matter to security agents. That was why we decided to end it once and for all.

“I was arrested because of the death of that lawyer that we did a fraudulent transaction together. He spent N18m and was killed because of that. The person, who shot him, is already in prison. We were five in number; Emmanuel Ebonyi, one Valentine and his younger brother, Agundu and I.

“It was an online business, but the barrister supplied the account that we paid into. We paid a total of N18m into his account and he kept all the money.”

Credit: Punch

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N22b Paris cash: EFCC seizes passports of 34 ex-Kwara officials

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has seized the passports of 34 top officials who served under former Kwara State Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed over a N22 billion London-Paris Club refund.

Ten of them have been watch-listed to prevent them from fleeing the country, it was learnt yesterday.

The N22billion covers the N21billion drawn from the refund and the N1billion allegedly intercepted by the EFCC during the February/March elections.

There are four cases on alleged mismanagement of billions of naira by some ex-office holders in the state.

A top source, who spoke in confidence, said: “There are monumental cases of fraud already uncovered in Kwara State during the tenure of the ex-governor. We may need to call for reinforcement to be able to conduct the different dimensions of the ongoing probe.

“So far, we have seized the international passports of 34 former commissioners and top government functionaries during the administration of ex-Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed.

“Out of the 34, about 10 former officers have been watch-listed to prevent them from escaping abroad. And if they travel out, we can effect their arrest in any jurisdiction.

“The list of the short-listed suspects has been sent to the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) to prevent them from acquiring new passports.”

In a statement yesterday, EFCC’s Head of Media & Publicity Tony Orilade said the agency’s Ilorin Zonal Office “has submitted the particulars of individuals on its watch-list and under investigations in the state to the Nigerian Immigration Service, NIS, Kwara State Command.

It said the Acting EFCC Chairman Ibrahim Magu made this known through the Ilorin Zonal Head of the Commission Isyaku Sharu during a visit by the Comptroller of Immigration Service, Kwara State Command Edith Onyemenam.

The statement quoted Magu as saying those whose passports were seized had been trying to procure police reports to deceive the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) to issue them new passports.

Magu said: “The need to familiarise the NIS with the particulars of such personalities under EFCC’s investigation became necessary following intelligence at the disposal of the commission that some highly-placed individuals undergoing corruption probe and on the commission’s watch-list in the state have procured forged police reports with which they plan to apply for new international passports to escape from the country.

“Information at the disposal of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission in Ilorin reveals that these highly placed individuals are planning to use forged police reports to re-apply for new international passports to flee the country in other to escape prosecution and justice. The commission urges you to use your good office to place these individuals under strict surveillance.”

The EFCC boss described the visit as “a welcome development,” nothing: “As stipulated in the EFCC Establishment Act, the Nigerian Immigration Service is a member of the Commission. We can’t do anything without you. If we don’t collaborate with your office, we can’t get it right.”

Onyemenam hailed the EFCC for the cordial relations between the agency and NIS.

She said: “I am delighted to be here . We have cordial relations already. I am here to see that the relationship is well cemented. I want to see your support. My office will also give you support as well. If there is anything you want from my office, I will equally do that.”

Onyemenam said there was no cause for alarm over those on the watch-list, pledging that they would not get new international passports.

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Police arrest suspected killers of Funke Olakunrin

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The Nigerian police claimed they have arrested some suspects involved in the killing on Friday of Mrs Funke Olakunrin, daughter of the Afenifere leader, Pa Reuben Fasoranti.

Channels TV attributed the breakthrough to police spokesman in Ondo State Mr Femi Joseph.

According to him, the suspects were arrested when a team of security operatives stormed the forests in the area near Ore in Ondo State.

The command’s spokesman, however, did not disclose neither the identities of those arrested nor their number.

He said investigations were still ongoing while suspects would be paraded as soon as possible.

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