- A Nigerian man, Olusegun, has decided to sue a Twitter user who posted his photo as a fake bishop
- Olusegun stated that the Twitter user failed to bring down the post despite being informed that it was fake news
- The aggrieved man went ahead to vow that he'd make sure he pay for the defamation of character in court
A Nigerian man identified as Olusegun has announced his decision to file a lawsuit against a Twitter user, Ochonogor, who called him a fake bishop.
Olusegun revealed that the politician shared his photos on Twitter, claiming that he was one of the fake bishops.
The angry man said several Twitter users subsequently informed Ochonogor that the photos were false, yet he refused to take them down.
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Announcing his decision to sue Ochonogor, Olusegun said:
"This lowlife @mr_ochonogor posted this absolute lie about me and refused to pull it down even after many people pointed out his error. He thinks it's over, but he is about to get into the lawsuit of his life over RTs and clout chasing. We will cure your madness with the law by God."
Nigerians react to Olusegun's tweet
Anna Temi said:
"Thank you for going the route of legal with him. They will learn their lesson in a very civilised way."
Inter Stellar wrote:
"You have no case dear. They will simply throw it out. He just said how it started to how it is going. Unless you can prove that what he meant is that you were among the fake bishop. No case at all."
Chabo King reacted:
"Bros they said make you use the money for lawsuit complete your house for Ikorodu."
Lee Zamba noted:
"You will implicate yourself in court! When they tell you to provide those impostors that posed as fake bishops as witness, your eye go clear."
Sensational Emma remarked:
"Lolz. Small banter you dey threaten person with lawsuit. U go threaten tire."
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Nigerian woman set to sue lady over defamation
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a lady is set to institute a court action against a Twitter user identified as Acho Princess Ify with the handle @Lady_Poseidon over a derogatory tweet she made.
The claimant named Olakanmi Oluwafeyisayo Ayomide, sharing a memorandum of claim, said the accused @Lady_Poseidon had alleged that she 'came to her house and stole.'
Oluwafeyisayo also seeks the sum of N50 million as compensation for damages and a retraction of the statement with an apology within 7 days of a court judgement.