Baba Sala’s Family Raises Alarm Over Scammers Using His Funeral To Make Money


Baba Sala’s Family Raises Alarm Over Scammers Using His Funeral To Make Money

By Chux Odoh

The family of late comedian Moses Olaiya Adejumo, popularly known as Baba Sala, have raised an alarm that unknown people are already using his death of the veteran actor to deceive people out of money.

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The late thespian died on Sunday night at the age of 81.

Bamidele Adejumo, the eldest son of the late comedian, who spoke with Punch in a telephone interview said the scammers even went as far as opening a PayPal Account to carry out their nefarious activities.

The scammers are said to be asking for donations to help with Baba Sala’s funeral.

Bamidele said:

It has come to the knowledge of the Adejumo family that someone has posted that the family needs assistance, therefore, people should be donating into a PayPal account. This is a scam ooooo, big scam. Please kindly ignore this, it’s not from the family. Please do not honour it.

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