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EFCC boss, Magu warns Nigerians to Stop doing “Yahoo Yahoo”

The Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ibrahim Magu has cautioned Nigerian understudies against digital violations, famously alluded to as Yahoo-hurray and every single other type of web related offenses.

Magu expressed this on Wednesday while conveying an address at the University of Ilorin on the threats of web misrepresentation.

The EFCC manager, who was spoken to by Head, Advance Fee Fraud and Other Fraud Related Offenses, Ilorin Zonal Office, Olamide Sadiq said a cop could capture a web fraudster and present to him/her to the bonus for examination.

As per him, “If you are observed to be in control of fake records, you have carried out a criminal offense which has an extraordinary outcome.”

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Magu stated: “if you use pictures that don’t have a place with you just with the plan to cheat somebody, it is a pantomime. You have submitted an offense that conveys five years detainment.

“I am stressing to you on the need to stop from digital wrongdoings. On the off chance that you are observed to be in control of false reports, you have carried out a criminal offense which has an incredible result.

“The Commission has different forces to cause examinations concerning anybody or corporate body, suspected to have taken an interest in financial and budgetary wrongdoings.

“With regards to the issue of web misrepresentation, Section 7 of the EFCC Act gives a unique capacity to the Commission to explore anybody suspected to have carried out web wrongdoings.

“A cop can capture a web fraudster and present to him/her to the Commission. If we discover that the individual is guiltless, we will enable the person in question to go.”

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