- Nollywood actor Mike Ezuruonye recently cried out over the rate at which impostors have been using his name and image for fraudulent activities
- An hour after his post the actor returned with a video showing one of his impostors who had been exposed by a white woman
- Ezuruonye called on the relevant authorities to find and arrest the individual
Popular Nollywood actor Mike Ezuruonye recently took to his official page on Instagram to complain about the rate at which some impostors have been using his name and image to conduct fraudulent activities.
The actor shared a video which he claimed some of the impostors have been using to scam unsuspecting women. According to him, the fraudulent individuals manipulate the video such that his voice is replaced with theirs while his face remains.
Ezuruonye warned members of the the public that whenever they receive such videos, they should request some sort of movement from whoever is appearing on the screen.
He said: “My voice is taken off and the idiot calls out someone named Keisha with his own voice!!!! Pls next time any supposed, actor, celeb or entertainer calls you on video via IMO ,Viber,Whatsapp apps, tell the image to touch his ear or any other body part or move around. It would never happen cos it’s pre-recorded and just the impostors voice real time”
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See his post below:
Shortly after his outcry, the actor returned with a different video post that captured the moment his impostor was caught by a smart white woman.
The woman had told the individual that she is well aware that he is not the real Mike Ezuruonye despite using the name.
She urged him to stop going after women for money and promised to give him money from her divorce settlement.
Sharing the post, Ezuruonye called on authorities to find the impostor and deal with him.
See the post below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the police in Anambra state arrested four persons selling unhygienic COVID-19 products to the public. Haruna Mohammed who is the state's police spokesman said the suspects falsely paraded themselves as officials of the Ministry of Health. He said the suspects would be charged after investigations were concluded just as he urged members of the public to be wary of such syndicates.
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