In the early hours of today Sunday July 19, 2020, Nigerian socialite and instagram influencer Mompha made a post on his instagram page @mompha clearly explaining the events that occurred in the latest Court Case he had with the EFCC on Ikoyi Federal High Court, Lagos.
This comes as a visible response and explanation against the recent reports circulating online which states that Mompha's Uncle Alhaji Ahmadu Mohammed testified against him in Court.
Mompha took to his instagram page @mompha to share a picture which gives in detail, the events and true story of how the court case went.
"for those stupid bloggers posting nonsense about my uncle 😡 😡 😡 here is the real and full story also July 24 is the ruling of my wrist watches !!! Just to clear my uncle name off you bastard bloggers. "
In the information contained in the post shared by Mompha, it's clear that the report of his uncle testifying against him is false.
Mompha's Uncle disclosed that Mompha BDC is a licensed company created by Mompha's late father, which mompha inherited and has been running for years.
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