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Eldee backs EFCC’s grilling of Naira Marley, Zlatan Ibile over alleged ‘Yahoo Yahoo’

Eldee The Don, boss of the now moribund rap clan, Da Trybe, has reacted to the recent arrest of “Issa Goal” crooner, Naira Marley, and his colleague Zlatan Ibile by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

According to the lyricist, whose real name is Lanre Dabiri, cybercrime should not be condoned.

In a post on his Twitter handle, the rapper slammed those who see ‘Yahoo’ as a form of reparation for slavery.

Eldee said that he was shocked at the percentage of Nigerians who try to justify the socio-economic malaise.

“One of the early signs of anarchy is when society loses its moral compass. I can’t believe the percentage of Nigerians out there trying to justify fraud.

“When you defraud innocent peopleof their life savings, You could be destroying their lives and that of their children.

”They may leave on a different continent but they are people just like you,” the rapper posted on his Twitter page.

Meanwhile, Naira Marley and Zlatan Ibile have been reportedly released by the EFCC after intense grilling over their purported links with cyber scam.

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