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A Nigerian police officer has given the narrative of how a friend of his who lost his job due to the COVID-19 pandemic, got carried away by love and got scammed by his girlfriend.


According to the officer, with Twitter handle, @Edward_Onoriode, his friend’s elder brother sent him 10 iPhone 11 Pro Max which he was asked to sell and start up a business with.

He shared that his friend’s girlfriend who insisted on taking one of the phones, also went on to scam him of the money he was supposed to invest in a business.

He tweeted,

A friend lost his job due to covid-19 pandemic. His elder brother that’s based in the UK sent him 10 iphone 11 Pro Max so he can sell & use the proceed to start a business to take care of himself. When the shipments landed, the lady handling the shipment was acting funny.

He called me to assist him get the package, I did & within few days, I collected the package. The very day I handed over the package to him at his house, I met his girlfriend with him. As we opened the package together, she collected 1 Gold iPhone 11 Pro Max Immediately.

I know the cost of the phone, the purpose of the phone & financial condition of my friend so, I told her to return the phone bcoz it has a purpose. I also told her that when things fall in place for my phone, she will use a much better phone than iPhone 11 Pro Max.

She hesitated and insisted she must use an iPhone 11 Pro Max. Funny thing is, this girl is using a Samsung S9 while my friend is using an Infinix Phone. The person that owns the phones isn’t carried away to use an iPhone but you the girlfriend is insisting on using one.

My friend was carried away by love so, he couldn’t say a word. I was the one fighting the battle as if I’m the owner of the phones. There was no name this girl didn’t call me in the presence of my friend. My friend did nothing but just look.

I gave up and she took the phone. I and my friend went to computer village to meet the man which we’ve told about the phones before it arrival. He inspected all phones and made payment as agreed immediately. Over N2.7m for the nine iPhones sold was paid to my friend account.

I don’t know if my friend was jazzed, stupid or carried away when the money hits his account. All I know is that he didn’t invest any of the money into any business. Weekly, he upload pics and video of him and his girlfriend at expensive restaurants, clubs and fast food.

Each time I caution him, he will tell me not to worry that he’s working on something. He claimed he had kept N2m for the business he want to invest in. This is a guy that’s owning me 150k which I loaned him during the pandemic. I forced him to pay me ASAP before story enter.

After he paid me my money, he stopped taking my calls and I also stopped calling. After over three months, he called me yesterday crying that his girlfriend had ruined his life. He said all the money had gone.

The business he wanted to invest in which was suggested by his…Was a scam and the girlfriend had run away. He’s begging I should assist him with my connection get Police officers to trace his girlfriend and the guy that scammed him get his money back. I hissed and cut the call. I hate stupid people.

This is common by most young guys, they allow little money and their girlfriend to control them. As a man, always make sure you’re not carried away with girls or money. If you’re in love, love with your head and stop being STUPID.

Let me add this; I didn’t get to listen to him fully when he called yesterday bcoz I was pissed & irritated. I don’t know the details of the business he’s talking abt if his GF was involved with the guy that scammed him When I’m calm, I’d visit him, get full details & assist him

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Enjoy this Exclusive Live Performance from Darey on this Episode of “Way Home”

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In the final episode of Darey‘s captivating “Way Home” DocuSeries, he gives us an exclusive live performance of all the hits from his newest EP “Way Home”, complete with his band and dancers, colourful costumes and visuals in a way that only he knows how!


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Lilian Afegbai replies people alleging she bought her N8M Birkin bag by sleeping around

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Nollywood actress, Lilian Afegbai has replied people who accused her of sleeping around to buy a Birkin bag worth $22k (N8M).Lilian Afegbai Birkin bag



Recall we earlier reported that the actress took to Instagram and showed off the Birkin bag she bought for her birthday which didn’t arrive on time.

However, her show off did not seem to go down well with some people as they took to her comment section and alleged she bought the bag by sleeping around with men.

One follower accused her of sleeping around to make the money and Lilian responded, stating that there are other legit ways of making money besides sleeping around.

Another told her that showing off the bag will put women under pressure and Lilian replied saying no one needs to be pressured as everyone needs to move at their pace.

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Jimi Odukoya talks Balancing Life as a Pastor & an Actor on “Bar Room Therapy”

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In this episode of “Bar Room Therapy” Nollywood actor and pastor, Jimi Odukoya, popularly known as Pastor J shares his thought process with Shola Thompson.


He talks extensively about being a pastor and an actor, amidst other things and handling the expectations and requirements that come with the job.

Concerning how he handles the requirements and balancing both worlds, Jimi had this to say,

So for me, and here’s the thing because I’m not just an actor, there are certain lines that I would not cross. I can understand now from an actor’s perspective when you see people doing certain things because they see it as a job. Just like you a have doctor or a gynecologist who puts his hands in female’s vagina…he’s literally doing his work, that’s his work. You don’t have gospel doctors or gospel accountants, so why do we need to have gospel musicians?

As an actor, your job is to assume a character and bring this character to life. When they see you, they see this character, and if you can look at me and see that I’m acting then I have failed as an actor. I understand that full commitment. So for me, I have set certain standards because there’s a me that you see on screen and there’s a me that you see in real life.

Sometimes I know people will always say that as a pastor you should only do good roles, and I say no. If as long as there’s a message that can be learned, consequences for actions, I’m okay to play the antagonist, I’m okay to play the villain because people can learn. As long as I’m not glorifying sin and I’m not doing anything against what I believe, then I’m okay to do it.

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