Senator Solomon Adeola popularly called YAYI, has advised members of the public, especially civil servants in Ilaro, the headquarters of Yewa South Local Government Area of Ogun State, to beware of scammers using his name to float fraudulent loan scheme.
Adeola who is the senatorial candidate of the All Progressives Congress(APC) for Ogun West in the Saturday National Assembly election, said he is not giving out loans to anybody or group.
Speaking through Chief Kayode Odunaro, Director, Media and Communications Directorate, Senator Solomon Adeola Campaign Organisation, the Senate Committee Chairman on Finance also distanced himself from a fraudulent loan scheme put in place by some faceless scammers through sharing a form bearing “Ogun West Senatorial, Sen. Yayi Empowerment Form Civil Servants/Marketers Loan Form.”
The Senator noted that the the matter had been reported to the security agencies for further investigation.
“The attention of Senator Solomon Adeola aka Yayi Campaign Organisation has been drawn to a purported loan scheme bearing his name for civil servants and marketers under a bogus empowerment scheme.
Senator Adeola completely disassociate himself from the fraudulent loan scheme by some faceless scammers through sharing a form bearing “Ogun West Senatorial, Sen. Yayi Empowerment Form Civil Servants/Marketers Loan Form” among civil servants in Ilaro.
The form bearing a contact phone number 08176597242 requested for personal details including NIN, Account Number and address among other details is a fraudulent scheme seeking to scam unsuspecting members of the public with knowledge of Senator Adeola’s acclaimed empowerment programmes in recent times.
Members of the public are warned not to fall into the hands of these unscrupulous criminals. All empowerment programmes of Senator Adeola are publicly announced over public media and forms are collected in his campaign office and not distributed.
Meanwhile the case has been reported to the security agencies for further investigation.”