If Someone Owns Any of These Things in 2022, Call EFCC on Them

August 2, 2022

If you’re in Nigeria, you know what the economy is like in 2022, and you know the cost of living is expensive as hell. So tell me why any Nigerian can afford any of the items in this article. If you know someone that owns any of these things, call EFCC for them now now. 

A pet

Ask yourself, “Have I eaten today?” Why then is someone now owning a pet? And you know those animals, they eat anyhow. So, where are they seeing money to feed a pet in this economy? EFCC! 

A car

If their car uses a diesel engine, take them to the police station by yourself. That person is a fugitive and crime must not thrive in our land. Where are they seeing money to buy fuel? EFCC!

Children

Again, how are they feeding these things? How? Where is the money coming from? Children that wake up and decide they want to go to Mr Biggs, and you have to answer them? EFCC, please be fast. 

A romantic partner

Where is the money for dates coming from? Or data to make those long calls? Or spontaneous gifts? Something’s fishy and the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has to step in. 


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Family

If you have parents or siblings, it means someone is billing you on a steady. Abi, are we not in this Nigeria? How are you keeping these relationships going?  

More than ₦5k in their account

This one is not even possible. But in case you see someone like that, it’s of utmost importance that you do the right thing. 

Bread (or sardine)

If you enter someone’s house and see bread, just slowly back out before you become an accomplice to a crime you know nothing about. Bread? If it’s regular Agege bread, you can still relax small. But if it’s sliced bread or wheat bread or all those rich people bread with raisins, just run. And you know what to do after. 


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