Yawnaija, a comic actor and OAP has received a brand new Land Cruiser from E-money, a well-known Nigerian businessman.
Yawnaija expressed his gratitude to the billionaire and shared the good news on Instagram.
He wrote: On the 18th of February, I woke up to a lot of congratulatory messages on IG saying u got a gift from @iam_emoney1 and I was wondering what gift
Only for me to get this message from him saying I should come and pick up this Land Cruiser.
And I wonder what i did to deserve this.
I just want to say thank you @iam_emoney1 @iam_kcee @iam_mrse
I love u all.
It appears that E-money has made it his trademark to give out various gifts on his birthday. The businessman, who recently celebrated his birthday, gave away six luxury cars, iPhones, cash prizes, and more during the festivities.
This trend started as far back as 2020 and actor Yaw has become one of the lucky beneficiaries of E-money’s act of kindness.
The comic actor and OAP has joined a host of other celebrities to own cars.
Other actors went ahead to congratulate Yaw.
Obi Cubana Wrote: Congratulations brother 👏
E-money, Ned Okonkwo, reportedly donate N100 million to fight insecurity
Kemi Filani recalls that Ned Okonkwo and E-money reportedly donating 100 million to assist the government in fighting insecurity in the state, mid last year, 2022.
The business tycoons from Anambra State visited to explore potential partnerships with the State Government in various industries such as real estate, entertainment, and haulage.
Kennedy and Emeka Okonkwo commended the Government’s efforts to combat insecurity in the State, which they believe is a significant barrier to its socio-economic growth.
Responding to the Government’s recent appeal for support from Anambra citizens living abroad to help tackle insecurity, the duo, representing their company, donated N100,000,000 (One Hundred Million Naira) to the Anambra State Security Trust Fund.
The Governor expressed his gratitude to his guests for their confidence in the State, assuring them that the Government would work to live up to their expectations.