According to him, a lot of criminals are covering up their deeds with the “Fraud Boy” tag because society has come to accept these people and the practice of internet scamming in society.
He said that most of the people we see flaunting huge sums of money and luxurious assets on social media are murderers, ritualists, and armed robbers.
He advised the youth to desist from associating themselves with such people, adding that they shouldn’t be moved by the flashy cars, expensive alcohol, and mansions they flaunt on social media.
He said this in reaction to the Bullion van attack at Jamestown that led to the death of the police officer guarding the van and one woman who raised an alarm of the robbery attack.
Well, the police have finally identified one of the robbers known as Hakam, aka Red Devil. Earlier, a Twitter user came out to reveal that the suspect happens to be one of the youngest rich dudes in his hood.
The tweep revealed that the suspect owns a mansion, a Range Rover Velar, and a Mercedes Benz CL24.
In reaction, Kofi Asamoah has advised the youth to be careful about such people who have covered up their deeds with the fraud boy tag.
“A lot of people cover their deed with the “fraud boy” tag cos they feel has grown to accept internet scamming and online fraud. Most of these men are actually robbers, ritualists, and murderers,” he said.
“BE CAREFUL! Don’t be moved by fancy cars and expensive alcohol. Don’t be moved by how much they spend in the club and expensive houses! There’s no dignity in fraud and bloodshed”, he added.
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