Yahoo Boys Are Very Stingy, Politicians Are Better – Oritse Femi

Nigerian craftsman, Oritsefemi , says web fraudsters (Yahoo boys) in the nation are not helpful to media outlets.

The Double Wahala‘ crooner made the remark in a meeting with HipTV, while declaring May 26, for his expected 40-network visit in Port Harcourt.

“What number of artistes Yahoo Boy wear purchase vehicle for?,” Oritsefemi inquired.

“We can see legislators purchasing autos for artistes. How about we consider a spade a spade. Hurray young men are helping themselves, not other individuals. Artistes in media outlets are battling without anyone else.”

He depicted a portion of his companions, who are into web extortion, as “closefisted.”

“Since I’ve known a portion of my yahoo companions, they’ve never helped me. On the off chance that they can support me, I’ll concur. We see artistes battling however hurray young men are out having a ball. In the event that they can support the business, I’ll be cheerful,” he said.

Oritsefemi likewise censured the national government for the wild instances of suicide and web extortion that have tormented the nation as of late.

“A great deal of Nigerian young people are losing it. Truly, on the grounds that there is no consolation both from the legislature, the general public, and individuals that should illuminate them about existence as a rule,” he said.

“Going to the questionable issues among my associates, I figure their suppositions probably won’t be correct here and there. In any case, truly what is terrible will stay awful. The genuine ‘G-young men’s (web fraudsters) would not turn out to distinguish themselves.

“I’m not accusing these youthful folks for placing themselves into these things. It’s the shortcoming of the legislature.”

Oritsefemi’s announcement is coming when the nation’s Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) documented charges against Naira Marley, an artist, after his ongoing remarks were seen as being strong of web extortion.

Nigerians have additionally communicated worries about the ongoing increment in suicide cases.

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