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Journalist calls Seyi Law’s testimony misleading

Journalist calls Seyi Law’s testimony misleading

- Nigerian comedian, Seyi Law, recently shared a testimony on how he had just N63,000 in his account a month before he acquired his new house

- Sport journalist, Oma Akatugba, reacted to the news by saying that his testimony is misleading

- In his opinion, in saner societies, the comedian would have been investigated

Seyi Law was recently in the news after he shared photos of his newly acquired house, and he revealed that he had just N63,000 in his account just a month before he was able to acquire his new home.

His testimony did not go down well with many people, and foremost of all on the list is sport journalist, Oma Akatugba.

Oma took to Twitter to share his view on Seyi Law’s testimony. He did not see the testimony as realistic and he said as much in his tweet.

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According to him, Seyi Law’s testimony is misleading because he did not offer an explanation as to how he was able to afford the house seeing as he was broke just a month before.

He also explained that in a saner environment, Seyi Law would have been investigated.

As expected, Oma generated a lot of reactions from his tweet. Some people wondered why Oma needed an explanation for the comedian's testimony, while others revealed that they no longer pay serious attention to testimonies because it offers no insight into how they got their good fortune.

See some reactions below:

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