- Davido’s lawyer Prince Ajudua recently took to his Instagram story to share photos of the singer with some bank officials
- Prince revealed that the visit to the singer was as a result of the N100m challenge he started a few days ago
- Davido’s inactive account with the bank raked in almost N200m, leaving many Nigerians surprised by his influence
Officials from the bank where Davido received his N1m gift have taken a trip to Dubai to have a discussion with the singer.
Days after the singer called on his friends to send him N1m each, the Assurance crooner recorded the sum of N7m in 10 minutes. In hours, Davido had over N100m in his account.
A scroll through his Instagram story showed that the money had risen to a whopping sum of N192m. It is no wonder that the bank officials decided to leave every other thing and meet with the singer.
Davido’s birthday money: Nigerians explain how they will spend N184 million if they are in singer’s position
Davido’s lawyer Prince Ajudua shared photos showing him and the singer striking a pose with the bank officials. Davido also reposted his photo and said the bank couldn’t wait to see him.
He then added laughing emojis.
Check out the photos below. Swipe left to see more:
“Its now over 190m.”
“Only one David.”
“Another endorsement deal, if it was a regular Nigerian they will freeze his account and tag it crypto.”
Tiwa Savage’s son tells Davido to send his dollar account number
Singer Davido continued to receive an overwhelming show of love from his friends and colleagues as his birthday draws closer.
Tiwa Savage’s son, Jamil, warmed hearts on social media after he shared a video on his Instastory channel. The little man appeared to be on a phone call as he wished Davido a happy birthday in advance.
This was followed by Jamjam requesting Davido’s dollar account number. Jamil also appeared to mean business as he was spotted flaunting huge stacks of hard currency in the video. As expected, the clip stirred different reactions from online observers and they had a word or two for Jamil.