I did yahoo for six months without making even N5 – Comedian, Shank Comics (Video)

Nigerian social media comedian, Shank Comics has revealed that he learnt internet fraud aka Yahoo Yahoo after graduating from the university.

The skit-maker whose real name is Adesokan Adedeji Emmanuel, said he engaged in yahoo for six months in 2019, but he was not able to make a dime.

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According to Shank, he traveled to Osogbo to learn cyber fraud from some group of guys but it was not producing the desired result after some months, so his tutor sent him back home.

He said the person who had taught him yahoo handed him an iPhone 6 as compensation after spending six months without cashing out.

The content creator who is a graduate of Elect Elect Enginnering, said his father was complaining about his wayward lifestyle and how he was not taking his life serious at the time.

Watch him speak:

Meanwhile in another news…

Earlier this year, a young man identified as Olanrewaju Temitope bagged five years imprisonment for internet fraud.

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) arraigned him before Justice A.A. Bello on one-count charge bordering on cybercrime.

According to the anti-graft agency, the convict was arrested during a sting operation at his hideout, located on Joel Bala Street, Gbagyi Villa, Kaduna for defrauding victims of $400.
It said investigation revealed that Temitope operated a fake Facebook and Instagram account, where he assumed the identity of one Lisa Marie, to defraud unsuspecting victims, mostly American residents, of their hard earned money.

The charge reads: “That you, Olanrewaju Temitope ‘M’, sometimes between January, 2022 and July, 2022 in Kaduna, within the Judicial Division of this Honourable Court, dishonestly induced one Elexis McCrills on Instagram, to deliver to you the sum of $400.

When you portrayed yourself to be Lisa Marie Boothe (a female which you knew you were not) and you thereby committed an offence contrary to Section 308 of the Kaduna State Penal Code Law, 2017, and punishable under Section 309 of the Same Law.”