|[News] Victims of Fraud in Jalingo, Woman uses child’s school fees to pay – eflex9ja.com|
The country’s economy has really depreciated and stealing is no longer hidden, it’s done even on a broad day light which is in company of deceit and betrayal.
According to report from victims of a fraud that took place in Jalingo the Capital of Taraba State, Nigeria, Some group of young men came up with an idea which they claim to give out loans worth Two Hundred Thousand Naira (200, 000), only if interested individuals can be able to first deposit the some of Twenty Five Thousand Naira (25,000). This led to lots of people agreeing to join and started the process for the loan as stated by the agency. It got lots of people who paid for the deposit of the money in other to get listed and collect their loans.
While waiting for the agency to call for the ahort-listed candidates who are due for the loan, applicants only discover that it was a scam, they were deceived and rubbed.
Just to go back to the venue of the registration and find their papers and passports dumped at the venue, This was a testimony by one of the victims who used her children’s school fees to get the loan and now is frustrated.
These group of young men are no where to be found in the city of Jalingo as they have gone into hiding with millions of naira from the victims of the fraud.
This is not the first case of fraud in this country or even in the state, it can only trace it way back to unemployment, illiteracy, and greed by the citizens of this country.
The First Class Entertainment Industry Queen of Fashion has this to say, “I acknowledge that we STOP any form of quick money scam to avoid stories that touch, and also the government should provide enough job and job security and some form of avenue to enlighten citizens of the country to know their rights and how to protect those right.”
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