Teniola, a famous Nigerian singer, posted a video of herself in a compound with six luxury cars, including a G-wagon, a Maybach, two Rolls-Royces, and two Bentleys, on her Instagram page. "Money is good o," she could be heard shouting in the video. She also said that earning money in Nigeria is difficult. She was messing around at the time, behaving as though she owned the cars. While some people didn't know she was kidding and behaving as though she owned all of them, they mistook her for the owner of all of them. The cars are owned by a man simply known as "King Mohammed O Adah," which is not real. Here are a few facts about the guy that you should be aware of.
King Mohammed O Adah is from Benue state, and he makes his money through estate management. He has his estate business where they sell lands and houses. He is married and blessed with 2 lovely daughters. His first son who is about 10 years old, is a musician and recently released his music which he named "e choke". They have also posted a video for the single. King Mohammed is a very good friend of Davido, as he doesn't hesitate to show his love for Davido.
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