A Nigerian man has taken to his Twitter page to lament after he bought a power bank at the popular computer village in Lagos.
However, after opening the powerbank, he saw a dried fufu-like substance in the device. He wrote:
“I bought this power bank at computer village. I was trying to charge it i found out it’s not working so i decided to open it. This is what i found inside”
A Nigerian man has taken to his Twitter page to lament after he bought a power storage bank at the popular computer village in Lagos.
See his post below
This is not the first nor the last of fraudulent activities occuring at the Computer Village Lagos.
in several occasions, many people have discovered that what they bought is not always what is packaged fir them.
In 2018, two Nigerians gave individual account of how they bought Samsung Galaxy note 4 phones.
On reaching home and opening the packet, behold, what was packaged was trash and no longer the phone they saw before payment.
How these fraudsters who continue tarnishing the image of the popular Computer Village does this remains a mystery.
“The worst is that you hardly come back and trace these miscreants” says James a victim.
However, the long list of duped individuals have been growing unabated.
Upon the numerous efforts by the government to curb fraud and corruption in Nigeria, these criminals have bluntly refused to listen to reason.