Dubai-based billionaire Ismailia Mustapha aka Mompha has reacted to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), which declared him wanted for alleged money-laundering.
The anti-graft agency, in a notice via its Twitter handle, declared the socialite wanted while it urged anyone with useful information on his whereabouts to contact its shared phone numbers, email address or visit the nearest police station.
But Mompha, in two lengthy Instagram posts, maintained he wasn’t wanted by the EFCC as he didn’t steal from anyone or involved in any money laundering.
He alleged the EFCC was bent on tarnishing his image.
According to Monpha: “Blackmail and intimidation by the EFCC made me come to the conclusion that I cannot get justice within this corrupt laden system as the EFCC was hell bent on extorting money from me for a crime I never committed as well as the Judge who was ready to send me back to prison custody without any evidence or basis.
“Last last na international court go settle this matter.”
Taking to his insta stories, Mompha describing the EFCC as ‘thieves in government uniform’, claimed they wanted to rip him.
He wrote: “They wan rip, thieves in government uniform with the song, “No Wahala” playing in the background.
He also shared a photo where he showed off expensive wrist watches he had retrieved from the agency after his arraignment.
“Wristwatches collected on Jan 10th 2022, he captioned the post.
In another post, he shared just one from the five wristwatches he had posted with its description and price included in the caption.
“Audemars Piquet Royal Oak 41 Rose Double Balance Skeleton 2021 LC EU. Fixed price $312,421.
“Just one out of my five wristwatches I collected. Now you know why I’m wanted”, Mompha wrote.