The Department of State Services, DSS, has warned the public against falling for scams of fraudster who are using Facebook defraud unsuspecting persons.
According to a statement issued on Monday by the Public Relations Officer of the service, Mr Peter Afunanya, fraudsters made victims to part with various sums of money after promising them employment.
“The service advises applicants to verify information of recruitment from its formations across the country or send an email to [email protected] for confirmation.
“In this regard, the public is advised to be wary of the fraudsters and avoid falling victims,” he said.
He further stated that the criminals have cloned the Facebook accounts of some DSS senior officials and that of the immediate past acting Director General, Mr. Matthew Seiyefa.
He also noted that DSS is not currently making any recruitment and that it has never recruited through Facebook before.
Veteran actor and entrepreneur, Jim Iyke has yet again blasted a fan on social media. Having proven in more ways than one to be petty on social media, many are beginning to liken him to international rapper, 50 cent.
The most recent drama involving Iyke occurred moments ago when a lady took to the comment section to state her opinion on his work out video however, the actor would have none of it as he put a lady on full blast, intensely body-shaming her