How 3 youths fled Warri for Benin to learn ‘yahoo yahoo'(Video)


Barely a few days after Nigerians were in shock over the gruesome killing of a young girl by a group of teenagers aged between 17 to 20 for money rituals, another video making the rounds on social media has further highlighted the level of moral decadence in Nigeria society.

In the incident that happened over the weekend, three teenage boys were caught burning the head of a girl, said to be in a relationship with one of them, for money ritual in Oke Aregba area of Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital.

Although this was not the seconded reported case of teenagers caught in the act while trying to use a person for rituals this month alone, the picture of the headless body of the young girl may have contributed in the public outcry that followed the incident.

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It sparked a conversation as Nigerians expressed worry and the need to correct the direction the society is going with the discussion trending a hashtag, #wheniwas17 on the microblogging platform, Twitter.

In the recent viral video, three another teenagers all between the age of 14 and 16 years left their parents in Delta State and moved to Edo State to learn how to be internet fraudsters otherwise known as Yahoo boys.

Apparently shocked by their request, a concerned person recorded them and questioned them on their mission.

The teenagers revealed that they were tired of the farm work which they do and “not having rest of mind” where they stay hence they decided to come learn how to “hustle.”

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More shockingly, the young boys specifically mentioned that they ‘wanted to press’ and not do Yahoo Plus which is a slang for money rituals.

The Street Journal also earlier this month reported how two boys aged 15 were caught trying to use a 14-year-old girl for money rituals.

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