Fraudsters Use NDDC To Swindle Many

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–  Do not be a victim!

The Management of has alerted not to transact any business on accounts on Facebook and LinkedIn, opened in the name of Mr Efiong , the Interim Administrator and Chief of the Commission, which are deceiving people into parting with large sums of money.

In a press Statement signed by the of New Media of , Mr Chijioke Amu-Nnadi, the noted that Mr. Akwa “does not own, nor operate, media accounts, neither does ask people to make payments before doing business with the Commission.”

The statement further read: “These accounts are fake and are operated by criminals, with the sole intent to swindle people into parting with their money, with the promise of patronage from the Commission. They are preying on unsuspecting and desperate Nigerians and business who are falling victim to this scam.”

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The stated that “efforts are being made to fish out the swindlers and bring them to book. The appropriate security are being alerted, so that they can take necessary to an end to this scam.”

It added: They cannot to use the name and image of an innocent man and an unsuspecting to steal from people and commit this heinous crime. We wish to categorically restate that Mr. Akwa does not have, and has never opened any Facebook or LinkedIn account. Members of the public are advised not to fall prey to these criminals.”

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“Nigerians are strongly advised not to enter into online business and financial transactions without physically confirming the authenticity of such with the other party,” the statement said.

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