A pretty Nigerian lady has been captured on tape begging her boyfriend to teach her how to engage in cyber fraud known as yahoo yahoo.
The man could be heard asking her what she wanted and why she was asking him to teach her how to be a fraudster. She told him that she wanted to stop begging him for money and be able to afford whatever she wants for herself.
Her man then inquired on the platform she is interested in starting from and she mentioned Snapchat but later changed her mind.
The conversation went on as he asked more questions and she answered in the way that she could. But her mind was made up about wanting him to put her through the process.
Watch the clip below:
harjewole_; This room resemble where i dey go visit my ex that time for Abeokuta 😂😂
kingiejay13; This kind love is d sweetest , chai i miss those days in shaki campus 😂😂 emi Derella ika
femi_casual_; Abeg no help me teach my babe yahoo I know my job thankiu
search_temple; Una no dey get family online?…🤦♂️🤦♂️
finestdjopera; Your boyfriend self never cash out see your room
Meanwhile in related news…
Five suspected internet fraudsters commonly known as Yahoo Boys, have been arrested by the Bauchi state police for allegedly kidnapping a 400-level Science Laboratory Technology student of Bauchi State University, Gadau (BASUG).
It was gathered that the suspects held the 23-year-old victim, Ojo Robi David hostage over the sharing of $3,800 obtained from a Yahoo transaction.
The State Police Public Relations Officer, SP Ahmed Mohammed Wakil, in a statement made available to journalists, outlined the details of the incident. He revealed that eight mobile phones, a knife, and assorted charms were found in the suspects’ possession.
Wakil said: The suspects kidnapped Ojo Tobi David, 23, a 400-level student of SLT Bauchi State University, Gadau (BASUG), from Federal Low-Cost Housing Estate of Azare Town, Bauchi State. After kidnapping the victim, the suspects snatched a Toyota Camry 2010 with Reg No. KYW-925-SB, took their victim inside and swiftly headed to the Misau Road Azare.
On receipt of the distress call, the soldiers stationed at the Azare/Misau military checkpoint responded immediately and intercepted the stolen vehicle alongside the suspects. Meanwhile, the victim was rescued unhurt.
However, one of the suspects, Damilola James, of Turum area, Bauchi, fell while trying to escape. He was taken to Federal Medical Center (FMC) Azare for immediate medical attention but was certified dead by a medical doctor.
A preliminary investigation at Divisional Police Headquarters Azare indicates that the crux of the matter was a result of a misunderstanding over the sharing of 3800 US dollars obtained in a Yahoo transaction. The case will be transferred to the State Criminal Investigation Department (SCID) Bauchi for further investigation.