Actress Ada Karl laments bitterly after inability to sign up on American website because she is in Nigeria

Actress Ada Karl laments bitterly after inability to sign up on American website because she is in Nigeria

- Nollywood actress, Ada Karl, has taken to social media to complain about how fraudulent Nigerians affect the honest ones

- The film star had tried to sign up on an American website but was unable to because of her location, Nigeria

- Ada said that this is what legit people have to go through because crooks have spoilt the reputation of Nigerians

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Fraud and cyber-crime is an issue that has caused a lot of buzz in Nigeria in recent times. A number of Nigerian celebrities have used their platforms to speak on these vices as they encourage fans not to dabble in them.

Just recently, Nollywood actress, Ada Karl, took to social media via her Instagram page to lament about the effects the actions of a few fraudulent Nigerians have on honest people.

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The film star revealed that she was unable to sign up on an American website because her location was Nigeria. Karl shared a screenshot of the website and the message which read: “Sorry! For now you cannot sign up from Nigeria.”

Actress Ada Karl laments bitterly after inability to sign up on American website because she is in Nigeria

Actress Ada Karl complains about fraudulent Nigerians.
Source: Instagram

The actress was upset that the legitimate ones are left to suffer for the deeds of the bad eggs. Ada also said that she mostly has to rely on her sister who is in America to run her life.

In the caption of her post, she wrote: “Monkey dey tiff...baboon dey suffer.

This is what #Legit pple like us have to go through bcos of many crooks who have spoilt our name....almost half of my daily online activities are linked to US & I can’t even access most from Nigeria....I have to rely on my sisters in the States to run my life.”

See her post below:

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Well, after the post was shared, a number of people took to her comment section to say that it was a normal thing and that it had nothing to do with fraudsters.

One person wrote: "Turn on your VPN. This isn’t caused by any fraudulent activity it’s just because of the location and proximity. Not all app and things work in Africa.”

Interesting.

Just recently, Legit.ng reported that Nigerian singer, Emma Nyra, took to social media to call out those who rejoiced over the arrest of alleged fraudster, Hushpuppi.

According to Nyra, a lot of people on social media only rejoiced over his arrest because he was oppressing them. The singer then added that rejoicing over Hushpuppi’s arrest will not put money in their pockets.

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