Nigerian millionaire falls victim to 3-yr international scam by person claiming to be his sister
A Nigerian punter known as Mayor of Ekiti @Ekitipikin has lamented about being scammed by a person he took as a sister.
He said that his sister introduced him to someone in Canada and he’s been paying bill for the person for three years.
Ekiti Pikin, who is a multimillionaire recently discovered that it was just a scheme designed to extract money for him and it was done for three years before he found out the truth.
He shared his story when a Twitter user asked; How has your day been…?
Ekiti wrote; “Found out i have been scammed by a so called sister who introduced me to someone in 🇨🇦 and i been paying that person bill for over 3yrs … my heart is so heavy tonight.”
In related news, a Nigerian man has shared his experience with a lady who scammed him after he offered her assistance in Lagos.
The good Samaritan known as @Khanstillday said he boarded a commercial bus and a girl begged him to pay to pay her transport fare.
He agreed to pay for her, however, her bus stop was before his so that meant she had to alight before him.
When she reached her bus stop and was about to drop, Khan gave her the money to pay for both of them, but she paid for only herself and absconded with the change.
According to him, she was well aware of the wrong she did which is why she did not turn back, and she hastily crossed to the other side of the road.
He said that though the incident shocked him, it still won’t prevent him from helping another person in need.
In his words; ”I entered a public bus today, A lady beside begged to pay her transport which I agreed to. She was alighting before me so I gave her the money to pay for both of us, can you believe this girl paid for only herself, collected the change and left LMAO. I don tire for this Lagos
She knew exactly what she was doing, mama no even look back. She crossed the road to the other side immediately, i just sat there just looking cus he shock me Doesn’t change anything though, if i enter a bus tomorrow and I see someone in need, I’d still help. I’ll just do it a different way.”