Popular Nigerian comedian, Woli Agba, whose real name is Ayo Ajewole, has strongly spoken against impersonation.
In a video on his Instagram page, the comedian issued a strong warning to the person impersonating him, asking people to be wary of his tactic to dupe.
Woli Agba said that reports reaching him said that there is a person on Facebook with his profile picture calling for an audition in Abeokuta and asking people to pay for it.
The performer said that it is all false as he is not the person behind such an account spreading the information. He, therefore, appealed to his followers to help spread the truth and inform people not to fall prey to the criminal.
Woli Agba turned most part of the video into a comedian skit as he infused great humour in condemning the act of impersonation.
He said that he once trekked long distances in Ibadan and hawked before he got famous, telling the person to also follow the hard but fruitful process of achieving success.
Watch the video below:
Meanwhile, It was earlier reported that a man with the Twitter with the handle @MrPsalms, called out a popular Nigerian comedian, Ebiye, saying he is yet to pay him for the car he bought from him.
In a Twitter thread he made on Sunday, October 25, he said that before he sold the vehicle to him, a friend had to beg him.
He said that despite that the intervention of the person that brought him, Ebiye still failed on payment.
He added that Ebiye worsened it all as he had to sell off the car. @MrPsalms said that after selling off the vehicle, the comedian invested the said money into Forex and lost the sum.
The Twitter user shared screenshots of the WhatsApp messages they had before and after he got the car from him.