US-based Nigerian controversial singer and rapper Darlington Okoye who is popularly known as Speed Darlington has recovered his money after a lady wanted to play smart games with him. Darlington Okoye who is popularly known as Speed Darlington earlier explained how he transferred N25,000 to a lady who wanted to visit him.
After Speed Darlington transferred N25,000 to the lady, the lady refused to show up and she did not return the money. However, Speed Darlington took to social media and begged anyone who knows the lady to message him. However, Speed Darlington identified the lady as Ijeoma Echomgbe.
In a recent video that surfaced on the social media platform, Instagram, Speed Darlington said that the lady has returned his money. He said that the lady first transferred N20,000 to him and she transferred another N5000.
In the video, Speed Darlington could be heard saying: "Ijeoma has returned my money. She thought it was a joke". You can watch the video here.
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