- Bureau de change operator Mompha has left his fans and followers curious with his latest move
- The flamboyant individual deleted most of the posts on his IG page leaving just one
- Mompha’s only post at the moment is not a personal photo
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Popular Nigerian bureau de change operator Ismaila Mustapha aka Mompha has left his fans and followers on the popular photo-sharing app, Instagram, surprised following his recent course of action.
The individual who is known for portraying a flamboyant lifestyle on the platform deleted most of the posts on his page and left just one.
Mompha in most of the photos that have now been yanked off his page was often seen posing with his luxury automobiles, rocking designer outfits and generally showing off a level of wealth that leaves some social media users wanting.
The only post on Mompha’s page is a picture that carries a motivational quote.
Check out a screenshot of his Instagram page below:
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Mompha’s move comes amid the ongoing scandal of Dubai-based Nigerian, Ray Hushpuppi. The IG big boy and some of his crew members were recently nabbed by the Interpol and are being held by police in Dubai on the basis of an alleged fraud case.
Recall that it was earlier reported that Mompha was also among several other Nigerians who took to social media in reaction to Hushpuppi’s arrest.
Mompha in a post which was later deleted on his page urged people not to mock others during their time of trouble as no one knows what the future holds.
Nigerians who reacted to his post were also quick to note that he was using the same words that Huspuppi used when he faced his fraud case.
In 2019, the Economic Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) confirmed the arrest of Mompha and stated that he admitted to being involved in two of the fraud-related cases filed against him.
The EFCC, on their official Twitter account, revealed that Mompha was arrested for alleged internet fraud and money laundering.
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