“The business has gone digital” — Frodd reacts as street beggars now accept transfer

After a teenage beggar submitted his account number, Chukwuemeka Frodd Okoye, also known as Frodd, a former BBNaija season 8 All-Stars housemate, exposed the new strategies used by street beggars.

In the recently published video, Frodd, who was in his car at the time, repositioned his phone camera to focus on a young boy standing near his car.

A white sheet of paper with writing on it was seen being held by the kid beggar.

Frodd can be heard in the video asking the youngster if the number on the mirror was his Opay account number or the account number of a bank or mobile app.

He said, “The business has gone digital.” Speaking directly to the young boy, he asked, “I don’t know, is it Opay? Is that your Opay account?” A voice could be heard in the video saying that the number is either Opay or PalmPay.



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