An angry customer at a fuel station in Anambra State has blown hot after water was allegedly sold to him as fuel.

The video which has sparked reactions on social media shows the moment a customer opens up his tank to inspect the fuel only to find out that it has been diluted with water.

The customer did not take it lightly as he lashed out at the managers of the fuel station for their callous act.

The angry customer wrote: We are stranded on the road because we used our ₦13,000 to buy water instead of fuel from a petrol station here in Ogidi. Today is 18th March, 2022.

Away from that, some yahoo boys in Edo State have been caught on camera praying at a shrine for more blessings.

The ‘Yahoo-Yahoo’ industry, also classified as cyber fraud under Nigerian law, is not a new problem in the country.

The illegal activity, which is largely carried out by young men and women, is an evolution of the 1980s and 1990s’ so-called ‘419’ venture.

The 419 code is based on Section 419 (Advance Free Fraud) of the country’s Criminal Act, which prohibits acquiring money from people via deception or misrepresentation, deceit, fabrication, forgery, forgery, or dishonest representation of facts.

Despite the government’s efforts to halt the stream of the criminality that has earned the country a terrible name, Internet fraud has been there for decades and does not appear to be reducing.

The boys in the video did not care about a thing in the world when they were seen praying for blessings