Alleged fraudster Mompha gives EFCC deadline to apologize

An alleged fraudster, Ismaila Mustapha a.k.a. Mompha, has asked the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to apologize over an alleged libellous publication as contained in a letter signed by his lawyer, Gboyega Oyewole.

The Instagram celebrity warned the EFCC that failure to comply within 14 days will cause him to take legal action adding that the anti-graft agency’s spokesman, Wilson Uwujaren made a libellous and defamatory statement about Mompha.

The legal practitioner insists his client is not a criminal or fraudster as painted in the publication and had nothing to do with convicted Hamza Koudeih (HK).

Recall that last week, Justice Tijjani Garba Ringim of the Federal High Court in Ikoyi, Lagos, convicted and sentenced Koudeih, a Lebanese, to one-year imprisonment.

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