Mompha reacts to fake Twitter account as Nigerians mock him online

Mompha reacts to fake Twitter account as Nigerians mock him online

- Nigerians on social media are currently having a field day about Mompha

- Following Hushpuppi's extradition to the US, Mompha has become a topic of ridicule on Twitter

- The Nigerian big boy who deleted all his Instagram pictures, recently reacted to a fake Twitter account impersonating him

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Nigerians on social media are currently buzzing with reactions following news of alleged fraudster, Hushpuppi's extradition to the US.

Due to this, fellow suspected fraudster, Mompha, seems to be the topic of discussion on Twitter as many people have seized the opportunity to drag and mock him on the micro-blogging platform.

Mompha reacts to fake Twitter account as Nigerians mock him online

Mompha/@mompha
Source: Instagram

While many people believe he is lucky to have been arrested by the EFCC and not INTERPOL as his case would have been worse, others are seizing the opportunity to warn people against engaging in fraud.

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Recall the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) filed a 14-count charge bordering on alleged fraud and money laundering against Bureau De Change boss whose real name is Ismalia Mustapha.

EFCC announced the charge on its official Facebook account.

The post revealed that Mompha would be arraigned before Justice Mohammad Liman of the Federal High Court in Ikoyi, Lagos on Monday, November 25. According to the commission, Mompha would be arraigned with his company, Ismalob Investments Limited.

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Mompha who has just one post on his Instagram page has not responded to his name being dragged but has reacted to a fake Twitter account.

Mompha reacts to fake Twitter account as Nigerians mock him online

Mompha reacts to fake Twitter account/@mompha
Source: Instagram

See how Nigerians are reacting on Twitter:

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Over 10 days after the arrest of Dubai-based Nigerian, Ray Hushpuppi, the police in Dubai finally released a video clip that captured the operation that led to the alleged internet fraudster’s arrest.

Legit.ng recently sighted the over four minutes clip on the Twitter page of a Dubai-based media outfit identified as @DXBMediaOffice.

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