Seun Egbegbe Biography
Seun Egbegbe is born as Oluwaseun Olajide Olasunkanmi is a Nigerian moviemaker, marketer and general manager of Ebony Films and Records Production International. He was born on May 31 in Abeokuta, Ogun State.
Seun attended Jubril Martin high school in 1996 and Du (telco) High School in the year 1995. He is a graduate of the University of Ilorin. He graduated in 2004. He graduated from the University of Ilorin in 2004.
Seun Egbegbe Age
He was born on the 31st of May, Nigeria, Africa. As of 2019, there is no information basing on his current age, but soon more information will be updated soon.
Seun Egbegbe Nationality
Seun Egbegbe Education
He attended Jubril Martin high school in 1996 and Du (telco) High School in the year 1995. He studied at the University of Ilorin University in 2004.
Seun Egbegbe Height
His measurements are not updated. Soon more information will chip in.
Seun Egbegbe Children – Seun Egbegbe Marriage
Nollywood actor, Adeniyi Johnson has revealed how his marriage to actress, Toyin Aimakhu hit the rocks saying that allegedly ‘phone thief’ Seun Egbegbe claimed he started dating her even when she was still married.
While speaking in an interview with Ebuka Uchendu on ‘Rubbin Mind’, a talk show on Channels TV, popular Nollywood actor, Adeniyi Johnson, opened up on what went wrong in his marriage to Nollywood actress, Toyin Abraham (formerly Aimakhu).
The screen star who revealed how he and his estrange wife dispersed, said that Toyin Abraham was already dating film maker, Seun Egbegbe even before their marital crisis, contrary to people’s opinion that they started dating when they divorced
He also added that when a relationship crashes, it involves two people and not a one man factor where one person is painted black and the other person made a saint.
He claims he is married with two children. In November 2015, Toyin Aimakhu started dating Seun Egbegbe as her marriage to Adeniyi Johnson started falling apart publicly. Even though she was criticized for openly dating when she was still legally married to Johnson, the actress could care less.
When asked if the relationship was going to lead to the altar, he said, “I’m looking at that area. We may decide to marry. It has been awesome in my life withion the short period of time Toyin and I have been together again. Even for Toyin herself, her career has been on high tempo. I’m sure we are meant to be together as partners.”
Seun Egbegbe News
Source: Daily Post Nigeria
The police re-arraigned a Lagos-based film-maker, Olajide Kazeem, aka Seun Egbegbe, and his alleged accomplice, Oyekan Ayomide, for alleged serial frauds involving N39, 098,100, $90,000 and £12,550. The duo had earlier been arraigned on two different occasions before Justice Oluremi Oguntoyinbo of the Federal High Court in Lagos on 40 counts. Recall that the Seun Egbegbe’s brother and others were paraded last week by the police in Lagos.
In the amended charges, the police introduced the names of three other persons as defendants to the case. The defendants, whose names were added to the charges are Lawal Kareem, Olalekan Yusuf, and Muyideen Shoyombo.
But on November 23, 2016, a mob at the Computer Village in Ikeja, Lagos State, reportedly accosted and beat up a Yoruba film-maker, Seun Egbegbe, for allegedly stealing nine iPhones at a shop in the area. However, the film-maker reportedly told policemen investigating the incident that he had no intention to steal the phones but had stepped into his vehicle to pick some money when the sales boy raised the alarm. Reports reveal that Egbegbe had gone to the shop around 10 am on Tuesday and had told the sales boy he met in the shop that he wanted to buy some iPhones.
Egbegbe, who had been romantically linked with a popular Yoruba movie actress, Toyin Aimakhu, was said to have left the shop with the phones, telling the seller that he wanted to pick money from his jeep. Three other persons were allegedly inside the jeep. He, however, reportedly attempted to leave in the waiting jeep without paying for the phones when the sales boy raised the alarm, drawing the attention of other traders in the area who stopped the vehicle and dragged Egbegbe out. The defendants were accused of swindling no fewer than 30 Bureau De Change operators in Lagos of various sums both in local and foreign currencies between 2015 and 2017.
The police alleged that the defendants defrauded the BDC operators mostly by falsely representing to the victims that they had foreign currencies to sell to or buy from the BDC operators. The police alleged, for instance, that on February 2, 2017, Egbegbe and his co-defendants fraudulently obtained the sums of N2.45m and £,3,000 from one Alhaji Isa Adamu in Lagos under the guise that they wanted to see the naira and buy the pounds.
Among the other victims of the alleged frauds by Egbegbe are Mohammed Sanni, who was allegedly defrauded of N2.46m on 2017 New Year’s Day; Jubrila Ado, allegedly defrauded of N1.257m on September 9, 2016; Hassan Amodu, allegedly defrauded of N600,000 in January 2016; Sanni Hassan, allegedly defrauded off N1.43 and £2,750 in August 2015; Saidi Abdullahi, allegedly defrauded of N700,000 on April 18, 2016; Atairu Abdullahi, allegedly defrauded of N1m on June 23, 2016; and Abdullahi Babadisa, allegedly defrauded of N650,000 in January 2016.
The police prosecutor, Mr. Innocent Anyigor, told the court that Egbegbe and the others acted contrary to Section 8 of the Advance Fee Fraud and Other Related Offences Act 2006 and were liable to be punished under Section 1(3) of the same. When the charges were read to them on Monday, they all pleaded not guilty. Justice Oguntoyinbo adjourned till April 26 for further proceedings in the case.
Seun Egbegbe Accuse of Stealing 9 Iphones
A mob at the Computer Village in Ikeja, Lagos State, on Tuesday reportedly accosted and beat up a Yoruba film-maker, Seun Egbegbe, for allegedly stealing nine iPhones at a shop in the area. However, the film-maker reportedly told policemen investigating the incident that he had no intention to steal the phones, but had stepped into his vehicle to pick some money when the sales boy raised the alarm.
PUNCH Metro learnt that Egbegbe had gone to the shop around 10am on Tuesday and had told the sales boy he met in the shop that he wanted to buy some iPhones.
Egbegbe, who had been romantically linked with a popular Yoruba movie actress, Toyin Aimakhu, was said to have left the shop with the phones, telling the seller that he wanted to pick money from his jeep. Three other persons were allegedly inside the jeep.
He, however, reportedly attempted to leave in the waiting jeep without paying for the phones when the sales boy raised the alarm, drawing the attention of other traders in the area who stopped the vehicle and dragged Egbegbe out.
The producer was said to have been beaten to a pulp and was consequently handed over to the police at the Area F Command, Ikeja. A police source at the command told PUNCH Metro that Egbegbe was being held for investigation into the alleged crime.The source said, “He (Egbegbe) went to Computer Village this morning (Tuesday) to buy latest iPhone 6.The sales boy gave the price as N290,000 and he demanded five pieces of the phone, which he gave him.
“He afterwards requested additional four phones and the boy gave him. The boy told us that as he was about to demand payment, Egbegbe requested one more to make the phones 10. The boy went into the shop to bring the 10th phone. “The boy told us that before he came out, the suspect left with the nine phones without paying for them. He was eventually pursued by other shop owners. He wanted to enter his standby vehicle, but was apprehended and beaten up.
“Many senior officers tried to interrogate him, but he kept telling them that they should not worry.”The Lagos State Police Command spokesperson, SP Dolapo Badmos, who confirmed the incident at the Computer Village, said Egbegbe had denied the allegation. She, however, added that the case was still under investigation.
Seun Egbegbe Spend 30 Months in Jail
Nollywood film-maker and producer, Olajide Kareem, aka Seun Egbegbe, has spent over 30 months (two years and six months) in prison after he failed to meet the N5m bail granted him by the Federal High Court in Lagos. He was incarcerated on February 10, 2017.
The 43-year-old had been arrested for allegedly obtaining money by false pretences from no fewer than 40 bureau de change operators in different parts of Lagos from 2015 to 2017. Egbegbe allegedly swindled the BDC operators out of the money by claiming that he had naira to change into foreign currencies and vice versa. The erstwhile Lagos socialite had been arraigned by the police for a series of fraud involving N39,098,100, $90,000 and £12,550. Egbegbe and one Oyekan Ayomide were first arraigned on February 10, 2017, before Justice Oluremi Oguntoyinbo, on 36 counts bordering on advance fee fraud.
The charge sheet was subsequently amended twice, with the counts eventually increased to 40 and three other defendants – Lawal Kareem, Olalekan Yusuf and Muyideen Shoyombo – added.
The prosecuting counsel for the police, Innocent Anyigor, said Egbegbe and the other defendants acted contrary to Section 8 of the Advance Fee Fraud and Other Related Offences Act 2006 and were liable to be punished under Section 1(3) of the same Act.
They pleaded not guilty. The judge said one of the sureties must be a civil servant on at least Level 16 and must own a landed property in Lagos State. The surety, the court said, must deposit the Certificate of Occupancy of the landed property in the custody of the court. Both sureties were to swear to affidavit of means, while their addresses were to be verified by the court registrar.
Oguntoyinbo ordered them to be remanded in prison until they meet the bail conditions. Over 30 months after, Egbegbe has remained in the Ikoyi Prison, as he has been unable to perfect his bail conditions.
Seun Egbegbe Net worth / Salary
His total net worth is currently under review which means that it is not disclosed, concerning his salary there is no doubt that he is earning good pay from his career. More related information will be added soon regarding salary and net worth.
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