You are in trouble the day you kill Yahoo soldier - Nigerian soldier threatens SARS operatives (video)
- A video of a Nigerian soldier threatening operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad has gone viral on social media
- The soldier could be seen telling SARS operatives that the day they kill soldiers engaged in internet fraud will be the beginning of trouble for them
- The man expressed displeasure over killing of internet fraudsters in Lagos by SARS operatives
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A video has gone viral on social media in which a soldier could be seen threatening operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) who killed Yahoo boys in Lagos.
In the video that was shared on Instagram by @mediagist, the officer could be seen expressing his displeasure in the killing of internet fraudsters by SARS operatives.
The Nigerian soldier expressed displeasure over killing of internet fraudsters in Lagos by SARS operatives. Photo credit: @mediagist/Instagram
The unidentified soldier went on to disclose that Nigerian soldiers also engage in internet fraud, adding that the day SARS operatives kill a Yahoo soldier will be the beginning of trouble for them.
It should be noted that Nigerians from all walks of life have condemned the brutality of SARS operatives.
Many Nigerians on social media have shared their horrible experiences in the hands of SARS operatives.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) announced the arrest of 13 people suspected to internet fraudsters popularly known as "Yahoo boys."
EFCC made this disclosure on Friday, September 4, through its Twitter page, saying the suspected fraudsters were nabbed in Lagos state.
The commission further revealed that the fraudsters were arrested following intelligence report around the Alagbado axis of the southwest state.
It gave the names of the fraudster as Olowosoke Temidire; Oladoyin Tolulope; Adeyemi Toyese Jubril; Agbeluyi Olusola; Olayinka Azeez; Abdullahi Olalekan.
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In other news, a video has emerged on social media in which some newly-recruited female soldiers could be seen threatening to deal ruthlessly with civilians who step on their toes.
In the video that was sighted on Instagram by Legit.ng, the soldiers warned civilians not to cross their paths or else they will be dealt with.
Not only did the soldiers warned civilians not to cross their paths, they also described them as useless and hopeless people
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