Mayorkun lost his label’s ’30 Billion Gang’ chain, while Yung6ix who disclosed he is considering not performing with jewelries, narrowly escaped
Nigerian singers, Mayorkun and Yung6ix who stormed UNN (University of Nigeria, Nsukka) Enugu State for a show ran into a robbers whose aim was to loot their jewelries.
Self acclaimed ‘Mayor of Lagos’ Mayorkun, lost his label’s ’30 Billion Gang’ chain, while Yung6ix who disclosed he is considering not performing with jewelries, narrowly escaped.
Yesterday a fan tried to rob me in UNN and it was a guy who took a selfie with me few minutes before he tried to rob me. Thank God for Warri orientation could have lost millions in chains and Phones. Might stop performing with jewelry for security reasons.
Still love all my fans regardless I know life is hard I’m going through it too
Recall that we reported few days ago that Dr. Theophilus Akachidelu Udeani, a lecturer with the College of Medicine, University of Nigeria Enugu Campus, was arraigned on a one count charge before Justice A.M Liman of the Federal High Court, Enugu, for obtaining the sum of N3,000,000 (Three Million Naira ) under false pretences, by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Enugu Zonal Office.
The lecturer reportedly sold two plots of lands, which he said were part of ASUU Lands at Isiagu Ugwuaji-Awkunanaw, Enugu to a professional colleague on the pretense that the said lands were not encumbered which turned out to be false.
EFFC’s counsel further disclosed that Udeani went further to authenticate his claim by giving the complainant an Irrevocable Power of Attorney and Deed of Assignment for both lands, but however failed to take the complainant to the lands nor agreed to give her the Survey extract of the lands claiming there was a ban by the State Government on land.
Udeani, who is the Vice Chairman of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, UNEC Chapter, pleaded not guilty when the charge was read to him as his counsel informed the court of the death of his mother, seeking the leave of the court for him to attend the burial which prosecution counsel, Mike Ani did not object to.
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