Nigerian lady who went viral after crying for the release of Nigerian singer, Naira Marley cries out again.
This time, she is crying that the singer forgot her after he was released from prison.
Recall that Naira Marley was arrested by the EFCC for suspected cyber scam on his birthday and remanded in prison for 35 days before he was released.
The lady who cried during the time Naira Marley was in prison released another crying video to call out the singer.
In her words:
After everything, Naira Marley came out and forgot me, It is not good at all.
That is that…
Meanwhile in another news, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC has revealed that Oyo state has the highest number of internet fraudsters in the whole of South-West region.
This was made known in Ibadan, Oyo state, by Mr. Friday Ebelo, the zonal Head of the commission. According to what he told newsmen, Oyo state has the highest number of conviction.
The statistics, he noted, was based on the last six months since the baton of leadership changed in the zone, Vanguard reports.
Most of the suspects, who perpetrate cybercrimes and other fraudulent acts, he noted, are between the ages of 18 and 40.
“If you are looking for the number of convictions, Oyo State should be seen as the highest. We are based in Ibadan and since I resumed here, the tempo of our activities has increased.
“These suspects of cybercrimes and fraud related cases operate from Lagos and share their loots in Ibadan. But now, most of them are leaving Ibadan for the adjoining states.”
While giving further breakdown of the statistics, the EFCC official said:
“This year, the zone received a total of 481 petitions. We were able to secure 83 convictions out of the 107 cases filed at different courts within the zone. That represents 83 per cent of the total number of cases filed.”
“From January to June 21, 2019, an aggregate sum of N116.9 million has been recovered. Others, which are in foreign currencies, include $39,129, £1,800 and £50,” he said.
He added that 65 vehicles were recovered from the suspects.
Ebelo explained that in some cases, criminals, who act as agents of the commission, use its name to seal up properties saying this is a scam as the commission does not work with any agents.
He appealed to parents to be more vigilant and pay constant visits to their wards in schools.