Fashola raises alarm ove fake facebook accounts set up in his name..

The Minister of Power, Works and Housing and the immediate past Governor of Lagos State, Mr

Babatunde Fashola, SAN, at the weekend, disclaimed several Facebook accounts purportedly set up in

his name along with picture, urging members of the public to be wary of the antics of scammers.

Reiterating that his Facebook account remains facebook. com/babatundefashola and not any of the fake

accounts shown in table below, Fashola said it was unfortunate that despite repeated warnings and

disclaimers, certain unscrupulous elements still engage in the act of defrauding unsuspecting members

of the public through different social media platforms falsely linked to him.

Table : List of Fake Facebook Accounts are;

1. GovFasholaRaji San

https://web.facebook.com/govfashola.rajisan.7?ref=br_rs

2. BabatundeFashola

https://web.facebook.com/babatunde.fashola.79?ref=br_rs

3. GovBabatundeRajiFashola

https://web.facebook.com/govbabatunde.rajifashola?ref=br_rs

4. BabatundeRajiFashola

https://web.facebook.com/babatunde.fashola.1004?ref=br_rs

5. BabatundeRajiFashola

https://web.facebook.com/babatunderaji.fashola.3?ref=br_rs

6. BabatundeRajiFashola

https://web.facebook.com/babatunde.rajifashola.54?ref=br_rs

7. Babatunde F. Raji

https://web.facebook.com/babatundefasholaraj?ref=br_rs

8. Babatunde F. Raji

https://web.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100007817386939&ref=br_rs

9. Gov Bola Gazal (Using the official picture of Mr.BabatundeFashola, SAN)

https://web.facebook.com/fashola.bolajigazal?ref=br_rs

10. Fashola Lee Kan Si (Using the official picture of Mr.BabatundeFashola, SAN)

https://web.facebook.com/fashola.leekansi?ref=br_rs

According to a statement signed by his Special Adviser on Communications, Mr Hakeem Bello, the call

became necessary for the umpteenth time, in view of the activities of scammers, who have been issuing

out series of Facebook comments and information in his name, with the intention of duping

unsuspecting members of the public.

The statement said the conmen have, through Facebook, been urging unsuspecting people to apply for

some government facilities or utilities meant to benefit the public, but to which some agencies of

government have been given the responsibility to manage. One of such fraudulent accounts also put

out a message purportedly from Mr. Fashola urging people to donate to a fake orphanage.

Noting that Facebook has been formally notified of the fake account for appropriate action, the

statement advised members of the public to always clarify with the relevant agencies of government at

all levels before engaging in any dealings with people purportedly working for them and also advised

people to report to the law enforcement agencies so that those involved in the nefarious acts can be

brought to justice.

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