Social Media Roundup: The morality of Yahoo Yahoo

by | Apr 26, 2019

This week, the most popular discussion on Nigerian social media is Yahoo Yahoo, also known as cybercrime or Internet fraud.

It all began last week when popular Nigerian musician Nairamarley posted a photo on Instagram with the caption “If u know about slavery u go know say yahoo no b crime”. Roughly meaning that Nigerian cyber criminals are paying back our colonial masters for enslaving our forefathers.

Oh yes, I’m just as consfused as you. Anyway, check the post below.

Well, he didn’t stop there. Watch the video below.

To crown it all, he accused popular singer Simi — who has openly condemned Yahoo Yahoo — of snubbing him at an industry event.



Many people seem to agree with Nairamarley


Stories of fraud victims

Other reactions

Read more reactions here. Read on for more trending topics on social media this week.

Chris Ngige has a message for Nigerian doctors

On Wednesday, speaking on the brain drain in the Nigerian medical sector on Channels TV, Chris Ngige, Minister of Labour and Employment said he’s not worried because the country has enough doctors. Watch the video below.


Other reactions

Read more here.

Kenya’s Evans Kidero arrested, again

Evans Kidero, former governor of Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya, was arrested today alongside former Chief of Staff George Wainaina and former Councillor Paul Matunga.

The arrests come following investigations by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) over irregular payment of Sh68 million (about $671,000) by the Nairobi City County government to a law firm.

Apprently, this isn’t the first time the EACC is arresting the former governor for corruption charges.


What else is new?

Other reactions

Read more here.


The long awaited Marvel’s Avengers: End Game began showing in cinemas all over the world on Thursday. It is reportedly about three hours long with your favourite Marvel Universe characters battling a common enemy to save the world.

Suggested ReadThe best order to watch all the MCU movies that build up to Avengers: Infinity War

If you’re yet to see the movie and are in the mood to watch and read spoilers, click here.

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