Alleged internet fraudster, Ismaila Mustapha, better known as Mompha has shared his regret of returning to Nigeria which he defined as a “disaster”.
In a post, he shared via his Instastory, Mompha who has an ongoing court case centred on money laundering expressed hope of all his tests and trials becoming a thing of the past in the future.
” 2 years ago when you don’t know coming to your own country will be a disaster, surely it will all come to pass” he says
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Kemi Filani News recalls that Mompha was recently released by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission [EFCC] on Wednesday, 26th August.
This came two weeks after he was re-arrested by the anti-graft agency in Lagos.
Media personality, Adenrele Oluwafemi Edun popularly known a Denrele has berated Black Lives matter in a new photo, he recently shared on his page.
According to Denrele, who joined the recent trend of odd compliments, mainstream uses when complimenting a photo or hyping a photo of themselves . The controversial media via his Instagram page shared a stylish photo with a caption making a caricature of the BLM movement.
'I AM YOUR BLACK LIVES MATTER!'
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Popular Nigerian sensational singer, Omawumi Megbele popularly referred to as Omawunmi, took to Instagram moments ago to testify about God's goodness in her life.
The talented singer who is obviously a very private person when it comes to her family decided to bless her fans with adorable pictures of her husband and grown up kids.
According to the 38 year old's caption on Instagram, although she doesn't post her family on social media but she has to do it now to testify to God's goodness.
In her words;
"My Safe Space.. I usually don't do this… But it is good to testify of God's goodness"
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Nigerian-British actor, John Boyega, has announced he is stepping down as global ambassador for Jo Malone, a UK-based perfume brand, after the company replaced him in a Chinese version of an advert he created “without his consent”.
Reacting to the development in a Twitter thread, Boyega said his decision to step down as ambassador was because he could not overlook the company “dismissively trading out one’s culture” through such manner.
“I have decided to step down as Jo Malone’s global ambassador. When I joined the brand as their first male global ambassador last year, I created the short film we used to launch the campaign. It won the Fragrance Foundation Virtual awards 2020 for Best Media Campaign,” he wrote.
“Their decision to replace my campaign in China by using my concepts and substituting a...