As scandalous explosion continues to rock Bamidele Onalaja’s Revolution Plus over allegations of fraudulent activities against an abroad-based man, more revelations are popping out from different unexpected quarters.
Recently, a video surfaced on social media where the man claimed to have invested his life savings of N40 million with the real estate company in 2017, entrusting them with the dream of owning a property back home. However, the distressed man asserted that, to date, he has not been allocated a piece of land.
Onalaja, a pastor who identifies himself as a serial entrepreneur and philanthropist, sits atop the RevolutionPlus Group with 10 subsidiary companies.
In what seems like a secondary explosion in the scandal, the former gubernatorial candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Babatunde Gbadamosi, has called out the popular movie producer, Funke Akindele.
Gbadamosi accused Akindele of slyly accepting an ₦84 million vehicle from him, claiming that a colleague, who served as an ambassador to RevolutionPlus Property, was gifted a Mercedes G-Wagon.
“Since 2017? @funkeakindele, are these not the people you used to get an ₦84m Lexus LX570 Supersport out of me in April 2021, when you claimed that they gave Toyin Abraham a Mercedes G-Wagon?” he wrote.
Many are still wondering about Gbadamosi’s intentions with this post, but the producer of “A Tribe Called Judah” has yet to respond several hours later.