A Yoruba aphorism goes – “omo osan ni ko ponpon ba Iya e” – which literally means ‘the attractiveness of an orange leads to its tree beaten with a plank.”
The above aphorism summarizes the consequence of the 10-year jail term of the Nigeria revered young entrepreneur, Obinwanne Okeke, fondly called, Invictus Obi on Nigeria’s reputation.
This achievement may not be surprising to many people all over the world. We all heard about Hushpuppi’s case.
Many would agree that the country is far from being a sacred nation, pointing at the array of corrupt practices elicited by some politicians and office holders. However, we cannot neglect the fact that many her representing the nation well, making wins for the nation in legal ways.
It’s high time we understood the fact that there’s no justification for engaging in cybercrimes.
Stop the blameshifting, you are responsible for how you utilize your skills.
Purging Nigeria of every form of corruption is a collective responsibility of every citizen. Channel your skills to legal activities, solve problems and see it yield handsomely.
Nigeria is a sacred country, you are the unholy one denting the country’s reputation with fraudulent acts and corruption.