A Nigerian prophet based in Anambra has endorsed the activities of internet fraudsters, also known as Yahoo Boys or sakawa in Ghana and this has caused a stir on social media.
In a video that has gone viral, the cleric publicly supported the fraudulent activities of these individuals, stating that as long as their victims are foreigners, they are not doing anything wrong.
Speaking in Igbo, he compared their actions to that of lawyers and business owners, claiming that they are simply carrying out their normal work. However, his comments have been met with criticism as many question why he would promote such illegal activities.
@B127AutobotsOnU; He is not a pastor… don’t choose priest for God, God knows his priests
@ihe69; This mentality is the reason for all the atrocities in Igboland. Tufiakwa
@ChibuzoChizech; Funny how even educated boys go to this clown who call himself native doctor expecting power to defraud people on line.
@chude__; This guy is one of the problem we have in the South East.
When I say there are a lot of scammers deceiving our youths in the name of “going back to their root”, the foool is one of them.
@YouthspireNG; I wonder what kind of man of God you are? You really need to study the Holy book properly because I know without a doubt that God does not in any way endorse any form of evil no matter the situation or circumstances.
You are seriously giving the people of the east a bad name and it is totally unacceptable. Is this level we have found ourselves now 🤦 Gosh, God have mercy 🙏