Toke Makinwa responds to allegation of losing her mansion to AMCON

So, two days ago, Media personality, Toke Makinwa was an intense topic of discussion on social media after rumor of her Banana Island mansion being repossessed by AMCON broke out on Twitter. The media personality received a lot of backlash from many who assumed the story was true and Toke Makinwa ended up trending on the Twitter App with over 20,000 people talking about her with a 24hrs period. Well, the baby girl recently took to her social media platform to respond to her many critics as she wrote: Well, Toke Makinwa recently shared a post to discredit the rumor saying; "I know some people want it to be true so bad...

Toke Makinwa’s Banana Island House Allegedly Taken Over By AMCON

Media personality, Toke Makinwa is trending on social media today as it has been alleged that her Banana Island house has been taken over by AMCON over someone's inability to be able to pay up their debt. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); See screenshots from some of the tweets below: (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); ...

Senate backs AMCON on recovery of N5.4tr debt

TVC E, BUSINESS - The Senate on Monday approved the strategies adopted by the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) to recover over N5.4 trillion debts owed it by some firms and individuals. Top officials of AMCON had in a closed door meeting with the Senate Committee on Banking, Insurance and other Financial Institutions in Abuja discussed ways and means of recovering the debt. Members of the committee lamented the inability of AMCON to recover the debts, especially now that the country is passing through difficult economic times. A member of the committee said AMCON was mandated to take stringent steps aimed at recovering the huge amount of money. Managing Director of AMCON, Ahmed Kuru, who spoke to reporters after the meeting, said members of the committee were not only disturbed but ready to ensure that the N5.4 trillion is repaid. Kuru said some of the debtors have refused to repay what they borrowed despite...