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Monday, February 1, 2021

Socialite, Mompha debunks fraud report of N157M made by Instablog9ja

Nigerian socialite, Ismail Mustapha, popularly known as, Mompha, has debunked the scam news made by Instablog9ja. According to the news by Instablog9ja, it was reported that Mompha has landed in another N157M fraud mess. 



Taking to his Instagram page, Mompha, called out Instablog9ja for publishing fake news about him. In his post, he said: "
why all this lies. Please stop tarnishing my image because none of this is true Abeg ooo I no want wahala ooo. Una won use my name trend abi."



Instablog9ja wrote: " IG big boy, Mompha, lands in another N157M fraud mess
The Economic And Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has named Internet celebrity, Ismail Mustapha, alias, Mompha, in its amended N157.1 million fraud charge filed against an auto dealer, Sarumi Babafemi alias 606.

"Mompha has since November 25, 2019, been facing a separate 14-count N32.9 billion money laundering charge before Justice Mohammed Liman of the Federal High Court (FHC) in Lagos. Babafemi is the Chief Executive Officer of 606 Autos LTD; 606 Music Ltd and Splash Off Entertainment Ltd. 

"He and his firms have since November 1, 2019 been on trial a five-count charge before Justice Chuka Obiozor of the FHC for allegedly laundering N207.1 million. 
Babafemi was accused by the EFCC of being an agent of fraud suspects made named by the United State's Federal Investigation Bureau (FBI), an allegation he denied. 

"But on Monday, the EFCC brought an amended nine-count charge of January 22, 2021 against Babafemi, Mompha and two others."



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