A video posted online shows the Matharoo sisters, arrested in Lagos for blackmail and sex extortion, reading an apology to Oil magnate, Femi Otedola.
The sisters, Jyoti and Kiran Matharoo, were accused of trying to blackmail Otedola by claiming they had evidence of him cheating on his wife.
The Matharoo sisters allegedly threatened expose Otedola’s secrets on their sex-scandal website NaijaGistLive.
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But former Chairman of the Finance and Appropriation Committee of the House of Representative, Abdulmumin Jibrin, has wondered why Nigerians were quick to accept that the girls actually tried to blackmail Otedola without looking at the other side of the story.
Let’s bloody leave the girls alone! He is suppose to be a role model, family man…what did he go looking from the girls? No one is asking??
Because he is a billionaire the whole country keeps quite…even the online media took to just one side of the story. I beg leave the girls!
According to Information Nigeria, the Marathoo Sisters, were dragged to court earlier in the month on charges of attempting to extort and blackmail Otedola.
The website adds that “the sisters who are the creators of ‘Naijagistlive’, a website where the dirty secrets of Nigeria’s topshots are published, allegedly blackmailed 274 people.