Bayelsa commissioner issues disclaimer, warns public to be cautious of scammers

Bayelsa commissioner for Agriculture, David Alagoa

Yenagoa—The Bayelsa State Commissioner for Agriculture and Natural Resources, Hon. David Alagoa has warned the general public to be cautious of scammers who are using his profile for fraudulent activities on social media.

The Commissioner in a disclaimer signed by his Special Assistant on New Media, Lucky Appolos, on Friday, said he does not own a personal Facebook account and warned people to be wary of a Facebook account with the user name “David Alagoa.”

Alagoa noted that the public warning became necessary as many cases of fraud with his name have been ongoing in recent times.

The disclaimer further advised the public to be cautious and report any of such cases either to the police or the Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources.

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