A Nigerian man identified as Tope hs taken to his social media page to make a case for Internet Fraud, locally known as Yahoo.

Yesterday on social media, the issue of “Cultism” and its wrong impact in universities and the society at large trended on micro-blogging site, Twitter.

Suspected Yahoo boy says
Yahoo boys

Many social media users recalled their time in school and the experience they had with rampaging cultists – long story short, it was not a pleasant experience.

However, Tope feels “yahoo” reduced Cultism in campuses, as one “non-violent” crime replaced another.

Read his tweet below ;

I think Yahoo reduced cultism in the university campuses and even amongst the young people generally.

One crime replaced another. But only that this one is non violent..

Boys discovered they could be doing jazz to get money instead of using it for some gun control. Lmao.

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