A Popular Content creator, Oga Sabinus also known as Mr Funny has landed himself in trouble as a petition against him has landed in the hands of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has been requested by certain Nigerians to detain comedian Emmanuel Chuwkwuemeka Ejekwu, often known as “Sabinus,” for supporting and publicizing AI Mining, a Ponzi scam business that has allegedly robbed numerous people.
People invested in the platform because of the celebrity’s promotion of it in various videos. He was also a representative of it.
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The app had collapsed, leaving investors who were expected payments stuck, according to an examination of the app.
Sabinus is being criticized by certain subscribers who invested in the program for promoting it.
It was inferred that the comic hasn’t spoken since the app collapsed.
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“Prior to mischievous scam activities carried against many innocent Nigerians by a company named AI MINING on 30th of March, 2023, whose ambassador in Nigeria is one Mr Chukwuemeka Emmanuel Ejekwu, a comedian celebrity popularly called Mr Funny / Sabinus,” a petition by some Nigerians to EFCC read.
“We want this body to invite Mr Funny Sabinus Chukwuemeka to reveal the identity of the people behind AI MINING since he can’t be contracted by ghosts.
“We are also using this letter to tell you to help reveal the real identity of the entities behind the license/ certificate issued to AI Mining operating at Church gate Towers Abuja 2nd floor.
“Sequence to this also, we want the anti-graft agency to extend invitation to the General Manager of NTA, FAAJI FM, WAZOBIA to also reveal the identity of people that contracted them to run series of jingles for them under the company named AI MINING, that made millions of innocent Nigerians to invest on their platform leveraging on the integrity of those stations.”