Internet fraud is doing us more harm than good – MI Abaga

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Nigerian rapper MI Abanga is of the view that internet fraud which has now become the other of the day by some youth in Africa is rather hurting more people than helping them.

The “One Naira” hitmaker who has made people aware that he is not in support of internet fraud asked that those who are engaged in the act to stop.

Also Read: “I used to assist internet fraudsters” – Kalybos reveals

MI passed this comment on his Instagram page where he supported Nigerian songstress Simi who asked that all fraud boys or Yahoo Yahoo boys should stop buying her CDs and watching her videos.

MI posted: “In the spirit of uplifting our Queens.. @symplysimi I applaud your courage and your fortitude for speaking out on what you believe!!!

The truth is that the scourge of internet fraud is hurting us more than it is helping us.. and please don’t misunderstand.. this country is so hard that I judge no man because I am imperfect.

But we must not attack those that remind us of what we should be.. that energy is for us to vote.. us to speak out against our elected officials.. and for us to do a better job at lifting all young Nigerians so that they never have to turn away from righteousness to provide food to eat.

We may be forced to eat with dirty hands.. but it doesn’t mean we should piss in clean water ??

Also Read: Ibrah Wan shares video of his children learning how to use the internet

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Qwame is currently a student of the University of Ghana where he is pursuing a degree in Public Administration. He is a delighted Staff at Ghpage gratefully working hard to cause a change in the world. Loves to read, play football, video games, and researching at his spare time.

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