“Davido should donate the over N100M he has gotten to charity” – Gov Okowa’s aide, Ossai

Delta state governor’s aide, Ossai Ovie Success has urged popular Nigerian singer, Davido to donate the over 100 million naira donations from his friends to charity.

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Recall that the DMW boss threw social media into a frenzy on Wednesday, November 17th after he called out his friends on social media, asking them to send N1m each towards his birthday. They all yielded the call and in barely 24 hours the singer hit and exceeded his 100 million naira target.

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Reacting to this, Ossai Ovie Success noted that rather than using the money to clear his Rolls-Royce like he had initially started, the 30BG boss should give the donations to charity.

In his words,

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“Davido should donate the over 100M he has gotten to charity instead of using it to clear his Rolls-Royce. A lot of people are suffering out there.”

See his post below;

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Meanwhile, it was noticed in Davido’s recent updates, that debits have been restricted from the account meaning as of this moment, he can’t withdraw any money from the account.

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Most times, bank place an account on Post-No-Debit (PND) which is basically an instruction to not to allow any withdrawals or transfers from the bank account of account owners, essentially blocking the account from outflows. It is usually drastic a measure taken to allow for investigation and possibly to reclaim any illegal inflow into an account.

 

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