- A lady simply identified as Ifunanya has got people talking on the social media platform after exposing a Nigerian internet fraudster
- After she was contacted by the fraudster, Ifunanya sent him a voice note on a dating site and requested for one
- The fraudster's fake accent got the young lady laughing as she sent another voice note to let him know that he has given himself away
A Nigerian lady on Twitter simply identified as Ifunanya has shared a hilarious conversation she had with an internet fraudster she met on a dating site.
The lady with the handle @lovealwaysify was contacted by the Nigerian fraudster who adopted the name Clyde Crow on the dating site.
After Clyde's message to her, Ifunanya sent him a voice note and requested that the man reciprocate.
After hearing the voice note Clyde sent to her, the young lady realised that the person using a white man's picture on the dating site was a Nigerian trying to scam her.
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Laughing hysterically, Ifunanya sent another voice note to the fraudster to let him know that his fake accent has exposed him.
The man sent another voice note saying he was only trying to make a living and the lady was stressing him.
Sharing the conversation on Twitter, Ifunanya wrote:
"This is the highlight of my day. I’ve been waiting to catch a yahoo boy.. and I’m so happy he broke character for me."
Nigerians flooded the comment section with hilarious reactions. Check some of them below.
A tweep with the handle @Carmarldeen wrote:
"So many Accents flying around !! Love to see it."
"You people will not kill me on this app."
"Why you stressing a brother though??"
In an earlier report by Legit.ng, a Nigerian man identified as Augustine Udekwe was arrested with his Indian girlfriend, Lalhmunsiyami, for duping people on the pretext of sending them expensive gifts.
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The suspects, who were living together as lovers, were arrest by the cyber cell police in Bhopal, India, on Tuesday, October 6.
According to the cyber cell police, the suspects pretended to be British citizens in order to defraud their victims.