Fraudsters Are Using My Name To Perpetrate Fraud – Pastor Giwa

Fraudsters Are Using My Name To Perpetrate Fraud – Pastor Giwa

A popular Nigerian Pastor, Adewale Giwa has raised the alarm over fraudsters using his name to perpetrate fraudulent activities on social media.Information Guide Nigeria

DAILY POST reports that Pastor Adewale Giwa, who described the fraudsters as unscrupulous elements, revealed that they opened a Facebook account in his name in order to swindle the unsuspecting public.

Recall that recently, the cleric disclosed his decision to exit the popular social media platform after his monthly prayer and bible verse post were deleted by Facebook.

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According to DAILY POST, the fake Facebook accounts were created shortly after he announced that he will not be making use of Facebook over the deletion of his post.Jamb Result

Pastor Giwa however stated that he has not given anyone approval to operate social media in his name.

He added that steps had been taken to report the development in order to prevent the fraudsters from defrauding members of the public.

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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