Stephanie is a scammer - Sapele-based man dabbles into Stephanie and Success’ money drama

Stephanie is a scammer - Sapele-based man dabbles into Stephanie and Success’ money drama

- A young school girl Success found favour from Nigerians who were moved by a recording of her lamenting after she was sent home from school

- One Stephanie Idolor claimed to have a hand in the success of the video and demanded compensation from the girl's parents

- A Sapele-based man, Samuel Meyiwa Khalil, has now labelled Stephanie a greedy scammer

Nigerians recently showed their compassionate side after some of them rallied round to raise money for a young girl, Success Adegor, who was sent home from school for owing her fees.

After the show of love Success received, one Stephanie Idolor claimed to have been responsible for the viral video as she also demanded compensation.

There were mixed feelings about Stephanie’s demands but she also received goodwill from a few Nigerians.

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Stephanie is a scammer - Sapele-based man dabbles into Stephanie and Success’ money drama

Stephanie is a scammer - Sapele-based man dabbles into Stephanie and Success’ money drama
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In a new twist, a Sapele-based man identified as Samuel Meyiwa Khalil, has taken to his Facebook page to label Stephanie a scammer and a greedy person.

According to him, Stephanie was not the person who posted the video on Instagram and tagged news sites. He added that another lady identified as Joyce Imofen did that.

Some Nigerians had sent a total of N70,000 on Success’ behalf to Joyce and she remitted the money to Stephanie with the instructions that she should give the money to Success’ family. However that did not happen and the lady kept the sum for herself.

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Joyce was then forced to establish communication with Success’ family by herself which is when they eventually started receiving the money sent for their daughter.

It was also gathered that Stephanie demanded that a joint account be opened for her and Success so she could have access to the money. This is coming after Success's mother had reportedly given her N400,000 out of the N700k that was in her account at the time.

Read Samuel’s full post below:

Nawa o. Money can really cause great problems for some people.

Meanwhile Legit.ng previously reported that popular philanthropist, KBK, also took to his social media page to wade into the Stephanie and Success money issue.

According to him, poor people are ungrateful and they misbehave once a few millions enter their bank account.

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