Stella Dimoko Arrested Internet Fraudster Says They Use Pastors’ Bank Accounts To Beat Security


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Thursday, October 01, 2020

Arrested Internet Fraudster Says They Use Pastors’ Bank Accounts To Beat Security

A Yahoo boy (internet fraudster) in Warri, Delta State, has alleged that he and others pay money into clergymen’s bank account to beat security.

John (not real name) claimed that when they expect large sum of money that could attract suspicion, they identify pastors with huge cash inflow in their accounts and approach them to allow them to use their accounts to receive the money.

The yahoo boy, in an exclusive chat with Vanguard, said some pastors they approached declined, adding that the choice of pastors was because security agencies would hardly suspect fraud when money drops in the pastor’s accounts.

His words: “We identify some rich pastors to use their accounts when we are expecting some good money.

“Some declined. You know security people will hardly suspect money that enters pastors’ accounts.”

“They check our phones at checkpoints. And when they see any white man or woman’s photos in our phones they tell us what to pay and we start negotiating with them,”

He said some of the policemen demanded as much as N200,000 from them before letting them drive off.

When asked how they made the payment, he said the policemen usually provided them with account numbers and that the accounts may not be linked to the policemen.

On why they do not report the policemen, he simply said: “Only people with legit money go that far. What do I do for instance to have over N2,000,000 in my account?”

He said when they tried to beat police attention by boarding commercial Keke Napep (tricycle) the policemen still singled them out from the passengers.

“This is why you see us run out of Keke when we see policemen at checkpoints.

“Sometimes we walk pass the policemen on the other side of the road to go and join the Keke, which would have been waiting for us after the checkpoint,” he said.

He said elderly people in their mid-40s and 50s were also in the yahoo business, informing that “Some decent-looking men with families are in this yahoo business.

“You won’t suspect them because they call themselves politicians. You see a politician with no office living large. Some are yahoo politicians.”



  1. Religion and humanity, it's well!
    Yahoo politicians?! πŸ˜„πŸ˜€. That cracked me up real good.
    I'd say all Nigerian politicians are Yahoo boys (cheats and terrible) but not all Yahoo boys are politicians... Am I making sense? Lol

  2. Someone told me about the funky-pastors-yahoo-connection like 5 years ago, I simply could not believe it then. This is a confirmation it is true.

  3. I am not surprised at all.

    Some of the pastors we have today are all shades of wrong.

  4. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Yahoo politicians πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  5. Politicians with no office living large is a yahoo politicians

  6. Dey use actresses too

  7. Not surprised, many people are used to launder money, all they are after is their cut

  8. About pastors and Yahoo guys paying money into their accounts and even welcoming then from the airport I know about it arround 1998 or 2000.

    The most Complex B

  9. 🎢we are marching forward🎢

  10. Nigerians are so corrupt it’s sad, even the police men are collecting money through other people’s account, federal govt should increase taxes and take it seriously including taxing churches, let everyone benefit from the money, that is if they’ll use the taxes wisely. Abroad the rich are taxed to take care of the poor, it’s high time we adopt that style here.

  11. If someone cheat me or i misplace my 1 i know how bad i feel, not talk of being dupe of millions. How do these people sleep at night knowing they robbed people of their life savings? As for the pastors, hmm!

  12. Now when the FG introduced CAMA, all hell broke loose. It's events such as this that occasioned introduction of CAMA. A level 14 official in the ministry finance, whose salary is 121k or so, paid 60m into his pastors account in the guise of offering.

    Now if anyone wants to fund terrorists, all he/she would need to do would be to fund an Imam or pastor or an NGO. That's it! Wahala go start because govt won't have any reason to suspect a clergyman, Imam or an NGO, posing as rendering humanitarian and selfless services


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