The internet is apparently on frenzy, following a video of an ailing Nollywood actor calling out human rights activist, Harrison Gwamishu, for holding onto the money that was donated for his treatment.
The actor identified as Kingsley Orji, is suffering from a leg problem and using clutches to walk.
In a video he posted few hours ago on social media, the ace actor accused Harrison Gwamnishu, of withholding the money donated by one Mr Ibori Ubulu towards his treatment.
According to Orji, the worst mistake he made was admitting that he knows Harrison Gwamnishu, which is why the philanthropist made the donation to him through the activist.
Orji disclosed that since Mr Harrison received the donation, he hasn’t checked up on him.
Going further, Orji said that since the money was donated, he has been running around to resolve issues at the embassy, so as to travel to India for surgery.
Harrison Gwamishu in a social media post, said that Kingsley Orji was given N1.5 million out of the N6.5 million donated to him.
Harrison said that he withheld the N5 million in his possession on noticing that the ailing actor had squandered the N1.5 million.
According to Harrison, Orji wanted to use the remaining N5 million to promote his music career instead of seeking for medical help.
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