Nigerian internet celebrity Ismaila Mustapha, popularly known as Mompha, has caused a stir on social media with his new haircut.
This comes a few days after Mompha was released from the custody of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission after spending ten weeks.
Taking to his Instagram page, Mompha revealed he had joined the leagues of men who use lace wigs for their hair.
He captioned the photo: Bad Man Looking Good In Dior
As expected, many followers reacted to the photo; some showered him with nice compliments, but others faulted the new hairstyle.
tundewearitall wrote: Mompha go collect ur money back from the hair person , this attachment no go well with ur head at all
__ayoxxo wrote: Bad man drip to the court
obasuyi.susan wrote: Lovely hairstyle sir welcome back
abass.mohammed.7796 wrote: Baba this one die3 Eno fit u at all continue with the sakora Biko.
The9jafresh recalls Mompha and his company, Ismalob Global Investment Limited, on Monday appeared before Justice Mojisola Dada of the Special Offences Court in Ikeja, Lagos.
He was arraigned on January 12 on eight counts bordering on conspiracy to launder funds obtained through unlawful activity, retention of proceeds of criminal conduct.
Others were laundering of funds obtained through unlawful activity, failure to disclose assets and property, possession of documents containing false pretence and use of property derived from unlawful act.
In one of the counts, EFCC said in 2016, Mompha, Ahmadu Mohammed (at large) and Ismalob Global conspired to conduct financial transactions to the tune of N5,998,884,653 by false pretence.
The defendant pleaded “not guilty” to the charges following which his counsel, Gboyega Oyewole (SAN) applied for bail.
Oyewole prayed the court to grant Mompha bail on “liberal terms”, noting that the defendant was also standing trial on 22 counts before a Federal High Court in Ikoyi where he was also admitted to bail.
But the prosecution counsel, Rotimi Oyedepo, opposed the application.
Justice Dada granted bail to Mompha in the sum of N25million, with two sureties, one of whom must own a property worth N50million.
The case has been adjourned till April 6, 2022. The defendant already submitted his passport.
DAILY POST reports that the judge relaxed on the initial bail conditions.
In January, she granted Mompha bail in the sum of N200million, with two sureties in like sum, one of whom must own a property worth N100million.