- Popular Nigerian rich boy based in Dubai, Mompha has let people know his current situation amidst the arrest of Hushpuppi
- The father of two said he is safe and sound
- Mompha also stated that God never disappoints his own
Popular Nigerian big boy Ismaila Mustapha popularly known as Mompha has reacted to Hushpuppi's arrest by Interpol in Dubai.
It was earlier reported that Hushpuppi was allegedly arrested for laundering $13.5bn COVID-19 funds meant to buy ventilators for Native Americans.
Taking to his official Instagram page to react to the news, Mompha warned people against mocking someone who is facing a trial case. According to him, no one knows tomorrow.
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The post which has now been deleted also read that people shouldn't be worried about him. The father of two stated that he is safe and sound. According to him, God never disappoints his own.
Meanwhile, when the father of two was arrested by EFCC for fraud, Hushpuppi empathised with him and didn't mock his situation even though he didn't mention his name. When people started calling him out on the caption, Mompha quickly deleted his post.
It was earlier reported that a US computer expert known as Gar Warner congratulated EFCC when it arrested Dubai-based Nigerian big boy Mompha for N1.8bn fraud.
According to the computer expert, Mompha is a top ten Business Email Compromise (BEC) scammer and criminal who hides with his money in Dubai. He went on to ask if Hushpuppi is next.
Seven months after, Hushpuppi who claims to be a real estate agent, has been arrested.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Mompha said that prayer is the key as he spoke on his EFCC arrest.
The bureau de change boss shared a lengthy post on his Instagram page to address the issue. He stated that in everything done, prayer is the key. He claimed that the FBI and Interpol were not involved like the commission told the people.
He said his arrest was spearheaded by the EFCC alone because they had his travel details. He noted that when he arrived in Lagos they brought his bank statement from 2015 to 2017 and asked about the transactions.
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