Yahoo boys storm Alfa’s place with soldier for refund after he gave them ‘fake juju’

A video circulating social media has shown the moment a group of Yahoo boys (internet fraudsters) arrived the home of an Alfa (Islamic cleric) with a military officer to demand a refund for a failed juju (voodoo) given to them.

The aggrieved boys were seen in the video disturbing a neighbourhood where the clergyman resides.

They scattered the Alfa’s room, turning the entire apartment upside down.

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The boys who claimed to have been provided ineffective juju by the cleric appeared shocked that while they struggled, the Alfa had gotten himself a Benz.

They vowed that anyone who provided ineffective juju will be picked by a military officer.

As expected, Netizens have gathered in their numbers in the comment section to bash, advise, catch cruise and do what only Netizens do.

@_lateef__ lamented:
“See wetin them Dey use soldier do”

@__olawale said:
“Omo soldiers don come useless anyhow if no be say Nigeria Dey anyhow weytin soldiers Dey do outside? Orisirisi”

@noloveleftbehind_7 commented:
“Alfa wey sabi your papa and mama name ? Lol dey Play!”

@hoeshagee_blog noted:
“That soldier suppose lose his job cause wetin be this 😂 Shey na everybody go get money ni abi alfa force you come his place 🤣🤣🤣”

@genius_skillz01 said:
“Alfa don use una low key 😂”

@skykheed wrote:
“Why u self go go meet Alfa wey Dey live inside that place if e get power he go don make himself rich nah. Una no wise at all 😂😂😂”

Yahoo boy turns pastor

In other news, a 22-year-old Nigerian man who was previously a ‘yahoo boy’ has come public about his former life and recent transformation to being born again.

The man who simply identified himself as Moses revealed that he is now a Christian and a Pastor after quitting internet fraud.

Moses who is a photographer in a chat with Lucky Udu explained that his venture into fraud started in 2018/2019 when he got admission into the university and needed funds for upkeep and other things.”

He said he was introduced to the ‘game’ by friends he spoke to for ways to make money.

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